N823Z - Tom Marther - Lake City Pennsylvania
This plane was originally built by Bob White
Little Toot Gallery
The paint schemes range from
classic Toot red & white to military green.
We hope these pictures inspire you to build a Little Toot of your own!
We welcome any photos of your Little Toot!
C- FZRP - Roland Blackburn - Morinville Alberta
"My Canadian Sweetheart"
N65LT - Lee Whatley - Flower Mound Texas "Yosemite Sam"
N8DJ - Sandy Curry - Golden, Colorado
N217U - Jim George - Lenoir North Carolina
N16BW - Dominic "Nick" Bellino - Florence, Colorado
NX848Z - Phil Witt - Arlington Texas "Tinker Bell"
N91J - John Meredith - Livermore California
N80568 - Ron Cribbs - Rhome Texas
N920Z - Russell Quinn - Long Beach, California

N57CL - Louis Landauer - Roswell New Mexico
N61LT - Steve Odell - Double Oak Texas   "Odie's Delight"
CF-PKX  - Richard McMillan - Toronto Ontario
Peter Puchyr - Dunville Ontario
N5211 - Jim Maroney -  Brookfield, Wisconsin
N116E - Arlo Schroeder - Valley Center Kansas "Hawk Pshaw"
N92FZ - Jimmy Bell - Frisco Texas - "Miss Takes"
N217J - Frontiers of Flight Museum - "Petit Papillon"
N65JL - Larry Schleinat - Denton, TX  "Goofy"
N61G - George Meyer's original Little Toot
Lewis Webster - Detroit, Michigan
His Toot is a "work in progress"
N734MM - Gary Platner - Double Oak, Texas "Mighty Mouse"
N409RW - Richard Wolf - Hudson Oaks, TX  "Navy Toot"

N11994 - Chris Casson - Klamath Falls, OR - "Puppy Feet"
 
 
Wayne Snyder
His Toot is a "work in progress"

N67TR - Pamela Lance   - "Foghorn Leghorn"
N62TR - Gary Perkins, Hysham, MT   "Tootsie"
N925BT - Russ Keith - TX - "Snoopy Toot"
N25TD - Bob Borger - Corinth, TX   "Tasmanian Devil"
His Toot is a "work in progress"
N1091Z - Joann Painter - Mojave, CA "Toot Sweet"
 
N40TL - Dean Dooley    "Toot-L-oo"

 
Toodle-loo: American form of 'goodbye'. It derives from the french expression "a tout a l'heure" meaning "see you later", and came into vogue in the US, particularly after the second world war.

Dean Dooley uses a variation of the spelling for N40TL, "Toot-L-oo" but is pronounced the same.
 
N920Z - "Zero Zip"