Corvair College #37, Chino CA. April 22-24, Sign up closes in a week.


In one week, the sign up for Corvair College #37 in Chino California will close. It you have been considering attending #37, the time to act is now.


The sign up links for all the 2016 colleges are here:

2016 Corvair College registration pages.


You can read the story about College #37 here:

Outlook 2016, Corvair College #37 Chino CA, 4/22/16


College #37 is the west cost College were Dan Weseman from SPA/ Panther will be on hand to cover tech support with me, just as we did at CC#34 and the Zenith Open house -2015 -quick notes.


NOTE: The most common misconception we clear up for builders it the mistaken belief  you need a core engine to work with to attend the college, You Do Not.  1/3 of the builders at any college do not bring an engine. In many cases, they are there to learn exactly what kind of a Corvair they wish to build, and also what to look for in a core engine. You do not need an engine to attend a college.


Would you like all the links to stories about Corvair Colleges? they call all be found at this link:

Corvair College reference page




Our local host for CC#37 is our friend Steve Glover. He has been around Corvairs and Colleges for a long time. Below is a photo and story from CC #16 in South Carolina in 2009:


From 2009: “Above, I introduce our friend Steve Glover of NVAero. Steve has been a friend and a Corvair builder for a long time. He is based in Southern California. How hard core of a homebuilder is he? How about completing a Teenie Two in his barracks while he was a rifleman in the U.S. Marines. Although he has done a lot of work with LongEZs, he is best known for building a truly outstanding KR-2 that won a number of awards, and flew all over the country. With NVAero, Steve capitalizes on this firsthand experience, and makes the KR design more accessible to builders.  Steve is an intense high energy guy who has been at Colleges all the way back to CC#8.  You can follow Steve’s progress at his Web site.”


I have known Steve for many years. In my introduction to CC #37 I wrote:


“He is friendly to strangers, patient with beginners, kind to animals, short with trolls, courteous to the civil, and a good friend to those up for his version of ‘tough love’.  He is one of a kind, which is good, because I’m not sure the world is ready for more than one Steve Glover.”




About William Wynne
I have been continuously building, testing and flying Corvair engines since 1989. Information, parts and components that we developed and tested are now flying on several hundred Corvair powered aircraft. I earned a Bachelor of Science in Professional Aeronautics and an A&P license from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, and have a proven 20 year track record of effectively teaching homebuilders how to create and fly their own Corvair powered planes. Much of this is chronicled at and in more than 50 magazine articles.

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