EAA Chapter 167
Building Planes - Building Pilots

Napa County Airport
Napa, CA

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Greg Murray

Greg Murray, our President, with his 1947 Luscombe 8E and his dog, Sounder.

Duane Fey

Duane Fey with his 1946 Aeronca 11AC Chief.

Darren Stevenson

Darren Stevenson with the 2014 Zenith STOL CH701 that he built.

James Lachendro

Jim Lachendro with his 1946 Clipped Wing J-3 Piper Cub.

Keith Hazmalhalch and his 2007 Searey

Tom Lipsey

Tom Lipsey with his 1973 Grumman AA-5 Traveler

John Lipsey

This is Tom Lipsey's grandfather John Lipsey. John is 92, was a
WWII fighter pilot and a long time Napa Airport tenant

Les Lucas

Les Lucas with his 1960 Cessna 210. 1960 is the first
year the 210 was produced and Les restored this beauty in 2011.

Stanley Jones

Stanley Jones with his 1967 Cessna. Stanley's been a
pilot since 1989.

John Kane with his 1972 Cessna 172.

Gary Koverman with his 2007 Sport Cub.

Patrick Anderson with his Cessna 210.

Bill Taylor's Citabria

Bill Taylor with his 1976 Bellanca Citabria 7ECA

Steve Kemnitzer

Steve Kemnitzer with his 2014 Zenith STOL CH750

Bill Weadon

Bill Wheadon with his 1947 Cessna 140

Mark and Marcus Shackford

Marcus and Mark Schakford with their 1942 Luscombe 8D

Carlson's Bonanza

Sandy and Phil Carlson and their '64 S35 Bonanza

Brian Harkins' '47 Piper PA-12

Brian Harkins with his 1947 Piper PA-12 "Super Cruiser"

Kristen Gregory

Kristen Gregory with her 1981 Cessna 152. This one has the 125 HP Sparrow Hawk conversion

Simon's A36

Simon Holden with his 1994 A36 Turbo Bonanza

Bart O'Brien

Bart O'Brien with his 2010 Monarch Butterfly

 

Our chapter meets on the first Tuesday of each month, at 7:00, in the Terminal Building at the Napa County Airport.

2030 Airport Rd,
Napa, CA 94558

 

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