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2009 Single Engine Airplane Little Toot Aerobatic Biplane

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2009 Meyers "Little Toot." 40hrs TTAF, 1600 hrs. on Lycoming O-320-H2AD 160HP. MICROAIR M760 Radio, MICRO AIR T2000 xpndr. Garmin 295 GPS. Always hangered. Complete build pics and logs. Based 52F.
Chrome moly and aluminum fuselage and tail. Fabric covered wings. It is rated +- 10g. 18gal fuel header with 9 gal reserve tank that can be used as a smoke oil tank. Elec. primer. Wingtip strobes.
This aircraft was designed by George Meyer in 1957 and has been written up in many aviation magazines since 1957. It has won numerous awards at Oshkosh over the years also. There are approx. 50 flying today. It has been called the Cadillac of Biplanes. This plane has great visibility over the nose, no zigzags while taxiing.
Job forces sale, moving and can't find reasonable $ hanger space. Asking $25,000 obo More pics available on request. DSC_5576 (2015_12_21 18_17_23 UTC).jpg DSC_5706 (2015_12_21 18_17_23 UTC).jpg Little Toot 382 (2015_12_21 18_17_23 UTC).jpg Full specs located at www.littletootbiplane.com
 

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