Introducing the BIG TOOT. The first new design from Meyer Aircraft in 53 years!
Tommy Meyer has picked up where his father left off by re-engineering the time-tested, single-seat design into a two seat model. The first prototype is in the workshop right now being built. We are striving to retain the excellent flying qualities of the Little Toot, and of course its good looks!

Below are some pictures of parts of Big Toot under construction.When the time comes and you are ready to have your Big Toot built, Meyer Aircraft will be there to fill your needs for crafting the more difficult pieces.
SOME of the many PARTS Manufactured by Meyer Aircraft

On right: Big Toot's Control Fork being bored
for 1" Control Stick
Are you ready to Rumble in the Big Toot's Second Seat?
Maybe that  second seat in the Big Toot should be called the Rumble Seat!

For those who don't have any knowledge of a Rumble Seat, here is a photo of one from a 1931 Ford Model A Roadster.

It won't be much longer before Meyer Aircraft has completed the first Big Toot and we will all be able to see the wonderful piece of engineering... and someone will be able to Toot along for the ride in the Rumble Seat.

1931 Ford Model A roadster rumble seat" by Stephen Foskett (Wikipedia User: sfoskett) - 28th annual New England Regional All-Ford Show and Swap Meet hosted by the Mustang Car Club of New England at the Hebert Candy Mansion, Shrewsbury, MA. Licensed under Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 via Wikimedia Commons - http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:1931_Ford_Model_A_roadster_rumble_seat.JPG#mediaviewer/File:1931_Ford_Model_A_roadster_rumble_seat.JPG

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