William Wynne

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

Subject: A Note of Appreciation
Date: 6/1/2009 12:05:42 P.M. Eastern Daylight Time
From: Pete Kozachik, ASC

I just read the report back from Pramod's facility, and just want to thank you for putting yourselves out so generously.

No, I wasn't there, but it is abundantly clear that you're making a difference in the lives of everyone who attended, and those of us who didn't.

Thanks on behalf of all of us who are taking counsel in your expertise, and sharing in your enthusiasm.

Pete Kozachik
Director of Photography
Laika Entertainment

Corvair Flyer:
Piet/Corvair Builder Gary Bell of Ohio
May 27, 2006

From: Gary Bell

To: William, and All the Folks at FlyCorvair.com

Today at 09:45 May 27, 2006 Pietenpol N92GB left the earth on its first test flight. I have been working on this Pietenpol for 6.6 years. The plane was built from Pietenpol plans with a 1964 / 164 Corvair engine with the Pietenpol/Wynne conversion. I guess the only Pietenpol portion of the conversion was the oil bath intake manifold; the rest is strictly Wynne. We put the Front Starter and Prop Hub parts from your shop on it and so far everything is working quite well.

I built my engine from Manual #5151 and it seems to be running real well. I have 6.7 hours on it so far and no problems. You saw my engine at Barber Field at the Corvair Collage you had there a couple years ago.

I marvel at the time you spend at aviation and research. I also enjoy your articles in Sport Pilot. You have a knack for keeping people motivated. Thanks, I'm no longer looking over the airport fence. I now am over the fence and in the air.

Thank You

Gary Bell, Pietenpol N92GB

2544 Panhandle Rd

Delaware, Ohio 43015

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