Corvair College #29, close to last call.


I type this on Sunday night, and we are going to cut off the sign up for Corvair College #29 in four days. I may type one more last call notice, but we are getting into high gear for the event, and this may be the last notice we put out. If you are planning on attending, it is time to sign up today. The link to sign up is:



You can read more detailed information at this link:


Corvair College #29, Three weeks out.


Please understand, registration is required this year. Last
year we had an open event as an introduction top the new date and venue. This year we are working the College just like any other, with required registration in advance.


Do not miss a chance to sign up for this event. Although local hosts have let some people slide on sign up and pay at check in, Arnold has explained that he is limiting admission to the people who sign up normally, and he is not going to make an exception for people who are unwilling to work within the normal system. (Keep in mind he is volunteering to host his third College, so it is more than fair to ask people to follow his guidelines.)




Below, Pictures from Corvair College #25, Last Years College at the same location. It was a very fun and productive event. Get your flying season off to a good start, choose to do something that will start an outstanding  year. Do not let this year get started without you.



Above: Every College is a mixture of individual supervised work and group learning, shown in the scene above. In the photo, I am giving everyone a detailed look at, and Corvair specific training, on a differential compression test.


Above, the engine we are instructing on is Larry Magruder’s (in the maroon shirt at right) 2700 cc/Weseman bearing engine.


Pietenpol builder and veteran of several Colleges Dave Aldrich with a high thrust line Pietenpol motor mount we made for him. It is powdercoated white. He saved $80 on shipping by picking it up in person. We are always glad to ship mounts, we do it all the time, but it is nice to head to a College also.


Bob Lester strikes the “Intrepid Aviator” pose with his Pietenpol.  He is good at this because he has seen every old aviation movie ever made. He built his 2,700/Weseman bearing engine at CC #17, and flew it back to CC #25.

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