Designed by George Meyer, the Little Toot was first flown in 1957 and in the same year took the top award from mechanic Illustrated for "Outstanding Achievement in a Homebuilt Aircraft" at the 1957 EAA convention in Milwaukee. "Little Toot" also won the Paul H. Poberezny Award two years in a row. Year 1999 and 2000. Today the aircraft is still popular in appearance and functionality. Little Toot is a Single Seat, Sports Biplane.
The fuselage is an all-metal structure with metal-covered steel tube construction from rear of cockpit forward, and metal monocoque rear of tubular fuselage cockpit forward section. Our Plans also provide you with an alternate Tube and Fabric fuselage construction. It features all wood wings, two 1" thick spar structure with fabric covering. Fabric covered all metal full-length ailerons on lower wings only. No Flaps. Little Tot has super strong structure stressed to 10- and 10+ G's
Power Plant options include 4-cylinder engines of up to 200 hp and six cylinders up to IO-540 250 horse power.
For more info and plans contact Tommy Meyer:
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