updated with new plates and Brian Amato's contact info January 29, 2013
Here's my latest offering. It's a petite oval brass accent plate with acid etched "Air Camper" classic logo, already cut to finished oval shape and with 1/16" mounting holes prepunched. It's suitable for mounting on your firewall, passenger cockpit panel, or anywhere that it suits your fancy. Thanks to Gerry Holland, Pietenpoler from the UK, for the idea for these plates. And apologies to the Grega GN-1 Aircamper builders... these don't really suit your airplanes.
I went down to the local hobby shop and found some small brass screws, washers, and nuts to mount my small brass plates to the cooling eyebrows on my Pietenpol, but there are many other sources for small screws and rivets to do the job.
My 2003 design brass plate shown with the original aluminum version. Although I don't make or sell the original aluminum plates, they are available for $8.50 each, from:
59 High Lake Rd.
Traverse City, MI 49696
phone (231) 649-4787
The intent of the larger brass plate that I offer is to provide something to put in the passenger cockpit or other place that looks a bit more like the old-time hardware and that is more visible to the casual observer than the FAA-required aircraft data plate. This plate is NOT intended to replace the one required by FAA but is intended to give character to your airplane's cockpit. The plate is of brass but has a somewhat satin finish so no polishing is required. The plate can be installed in your aircraft or mounted on a decorative wood plaque as a hangar or desk ornament, or even used on your favorite child/grandchild's "Pedal Piet"! Cost for either small or large plates is $12 postpaid , or $30 postpaid for a set of one large data plate and two smaller accent plates and they are available directly from me, at-
4118 Hemlock Drive
Medford, Oregon 97504
email and PayPal: firstname.lastname@example.org
Free to anyone who gives me a ride in their Piet... just ask for one!
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