Flying Corvairs

Mark takes off after Corvair Day at the Zenith Aircraft Factory in Mexico, Missouri, May 20, 2006. Lately, Mark's been flying his airplane to a new state every weekend. West Coast KR pilots be on the lookout. He's now crossed the Mississippi.

Mark Langford, Harvest, Ala., Super KR-2S

First Year Flown on Corvair Power: 2005
Total Amount of Hours flown on Corvair Power: 220 Hours
N-number: N56ML
Mark's plane is in front on the left above at Corvair College #9 at our hangar in Edgewater, Fla. Mark is standing directly to the right of his propeller.
Builder of Aircraft: Mark Langford
Builder of Engine: Mark Langford
Years Aircraft Was Built: 1990s-new millenium
Mark's always happy to answer questions about the building process for his Corvair and KR-2S, as seen above at Corvair College #9. He also has an extensive Web site chronicling his building process at http://home.hiwaay.net/~langford
Type of Corvair Conversion Plans: Wynne with Langford rear starter
Engine Year: 1965
Engine Displacement: 164cid
Propeller: Sensenich 54x54
Cruise Speed: 160mph
Mark's Corvair installation, above, at the Zenith Aircraft Factory in Mexico, Mo., for Corvair Day.


William Wynne, The Corvair Authority
5000-18 HWY 17 #247
Orange Park, FL 32003

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