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"Little Toot -The Cadillac of  the breed"
- Budd Davisson, Sport Aviation, January 2000

George Meyer with the Mechanix Illustrated Achievement Award, First Place The trophy to our left is for Outstanding Design, Second Place and the third trophy is for Longest Distance Flown to AirVenture, Second Place. Three Awards for George Meyer in 1957, Little Toot's First time at AirVenture.

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"Good Night, Airplanes! I Love You ALL!"
- Paul Poberezny  (in Grateful Memory)

Air - to - Air
On the weekend of December 15-17, 2018, the EAA came to 52F for an air-to-air photo shoot of Big Toot. The theme of the event was to commemorate the fulfillment of the last wish of George Meyer, that his son Tommy, would build a 2-seat version of Little Toot. George Meyer was one of the founding members of the EAA, his number was 64. No coincidence that Big Toot's FAA number is 64LT. Also no coincidence that it is 61 years between the completion of  George Meyer's Original Little Toot 61G in 1957 and the completion of Big Toot in 2018.

Big Toot was masterfully piloted by Joe Flood III and Little Toot was skillfully flown by Danny King.
Jack Fleetwood was the photographer, freelancing for the EAA, in the third plane in the sky those days piloted by Donn Hopkins.
Many thanks to the EAA for promoting Big Toot's appearance at AirVenture 2019.
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For Latest Updates from Tommy,
click on "Post-It Notes"  on left