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Name: W. Rick Smith
From: Lavon Texas
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Great airplane, but at 6'2' 230 would I fit! Would love to own one. Is there one based in the Dallas TX area I could meet to look over and check fit?

W. Rick Smith
 
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Name: Roger Latham
From: Fort Worth
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The other day I was looking in my old log book and found where I flew a Mooney Mite in 1967. I looked up the N number and found that N33M is not assigned to a Gulfstream G-280. Quite a change. I flew it off Luck Field in south Fort Worth; an airport which no longer exists.
 
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Name: Jennifer Schindeldecker
From: Minnesota
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Hello! I just wanted to let you know that I just had the pleasure of getting introduced to N4101 at KANE (Janes Field) in Anoka MN. It's got a nice home and is being brought back to life by its new owner. A neat bird!
 
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Name: Jim Stewart
From: wesley Chapel, FL
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I am beginning to think about buying an M18C preferably with the larger canopy and with a starter.
One that has been properly restored.
 
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Name: Mike Sarsfield
From: Atlanta, GA
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Dave: Thanks so much for your efforts and spreadsheet on the nose wheel tunnel windows. Do you think the windows were original or an option? For me, I like looking down through the window when landing to confirm the nose wheel is down-even though you can't tell if it is locked.

Mike
Mite N4189
 
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Name: Paul Carattini
From: Alaska
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I work at a rural school in Alaska. The school has the opportunity to acquire a Mite project for its aviation program. It needs to be completed and reassembled. But was flying before it was taken apart and the fabric removed (1983). TT for the airframe is less than 2000 and less than 500 for the C65. But the airplane has been stored inside for 30 years. Any comments and guidance would be appreciated.
Thanks
Paul
 
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Name: Neil Hoppe
From: Franklin, NC
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I have been asked to perform an annual inspection on a Mooney Mite (N469M). Where/how can I obtain necessary manual(s)to do this?
Neil Hoppe
A&P/IA 1652694
 
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Name: Robert Zabolotney
From: Airdrie Alberta Canada
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In the process of getting a 1949 Mite into the air
Will be calling on people on this site to keep me moving
with my project
 
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