Hat, Fez or Pail? Your Friday the 13th Corvair question.

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Builders :

Your Friday the 13th, Full moon, question: 

Do you vote for “The Hat of Power” , “The Fez of Kamal” or “Pail of Professionalism”?  Does head wear make the man? Would you be confident enough to rock one of these styles? Who is the biggest badass if the land of Corvairs? Here your franchise counts, vote and give your reason in the comments.

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Above,  Kevin Purtee When you’re a badass like Kevin, any hat you wear is “The Hat of Power.” To understand more, read: Kevin Purtee and “The Hat of Power”

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Read this to get a better look at his aviation professionalism: Thought for the Day: Two paths in managing risk and get a look at how he thinks: Guest Writer: Pietenpol builder/flyer Kevin Purtee

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Above, a Fez and wrap-around shades are the hallmarks of the man I often introduce as  “Kamal Mustafa, my attorney”. This is Ken “Adonis” Pavlou advises aviators: “Life is short, Live Large”

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The whole point of homebuilding is to get you to the self reliant mindset, where you follow positive flying examples rather than listen to people who still live in a world of doubt and fear.  You deserve to have your own adventures like Ken’s: 1,500 mile Corvair College flight in a 601XL ,

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Above, Witness “The Pail of Professionalism” (it is covered in Unicorns and rainbows)  If there is a Renaissance  Man in Corvairs, it is Dan Weseman. When it comes to stick and rudder flying, he has few peers. He learns things at an astounding rate. (Frankly, if you are a troglodyte it’s annoying) He is a born motorhead, as evidenced by this: SPA / Weseman 3.3 Liter Corvair now running and if you want to read about the last word in Corvair Performance, check this out: Understanding Flying Corvairs Pt. #2, Hardest working engine

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Make your voice heard! Polls close after this weekend, and just like cook county in 1960, feel free to vote twice.

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