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Biplane - Metal, Tube, Fabric
Articles in EAA and related publications:
|2008||09||31||Sport Aviation||Micro Mong that holds fastest takeoff record of 2.5 seconds at Seaplane Base 2008, owner John Knapp|
|2001||02||20||Experimenter||Randall Torno’s Micro Mong (2 pgs)|
|2000||10||28||Experimenter||Randall Torno’s Micro Mong at AirVenture 2000 (photo and caption)|
|94||10||03||Experimenter||Micro Mong design rights sold|
|94||02||50||Sport Aviation||Reinventing the Mong as Ultralight|
|94||01||C,14||Experimenter||Fisher Mong (Ultralight version of Mong bipe)|
|93||10||24||Experimenter||Mong Sport at Oshkosh '93|
|93||9||54||Sport Aviation||Photograph only|
|93||1||12||Sport Aviation||1/2 page fuselage picture (Very light biplane)|
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