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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.
Meyer Aircraft seeks to have Tooters, whether you are a Tooter now or once were a Tooter, and their Little Toots in Oshkosh 2018 EAA AirVenture
Greetings from Tommy Meyer. I will be unveiling the long awaited two-seat Big Toot at the Oshkosh Fly-in at the end of July, 2018. The EAA and I are working to secure parking for Little Toot planes just behind the Brown Arch on the flight line. But we need to know how many to make room for.
Reservations will be made using your Little Toot's FAA "Nxxx" registration number.
Please plan to come in July, 2018 to memorialize my father, George Meyer, a pioneering member of the EAA (EAA number 64) as we show off Big Toot. I have spent thousands of hours, many of them assisted by my sister Joy, over the last twelve years to fulfill the last wish of George Meyer. Joy and I wish to celebrate, especially with all those who have ever been a Tooter.
There are many things in the works with the EAA regarding this so keep an eye on this site for updates as things develop.