Postcards From Mojave - Wish You Were Here!

Clear blue sky and beautiful airplanes. This is just a sampling of what we've seen at the Mojave Experimental Fly-In on Saturday.

Mr. Dickenson
Mr. Dickenson made only its second appearance in its gorgeous new paint. It's an awesome 200 mph homebuilt!
Mason Lulu
Talk about rare, this fun Mason Lulu is one of only two built. It was one of well over 100 experimentals at the Mojave Fly-In.
Eye-popping green. This Sonex project was just one of the V-tail attractions. Fewer canards showed this year, replaced by a wider selection of kit aircraft, one-offs and modified stockers.
Andy Chiavetta's LT-1
The Mojave Fly-In looks like it set an attendance record today. Andy Chiavetta's LT-1's yellow cowling stands out from the crowd.
Cirrus VK30
Tom Hastings' Cirrus VK30 was just one rarity at the Mojave Experimental Fly-In. Powered by an IO550G Continental, it cruises at 175 knots and can go 2100 miles. Tom has almost 1000 hours on it.

Mojave Experimental Fly-in 2015

Tom Wilson

Tom Wilson is a professional magazine writer and nurtures an ongoing affair with all things internal combustion. His writing is most often found in automotive magazines, but aviation is his first love. Working as a line boy, he learned to fly while in high school, but still hasn't mastered the art of keeping a paper chart in an open cockpit.

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