Hands, Mind, and Heart

What started as a handful of passionate enthusiasts has developed into a major force—and a significant component—of the aircraft industry.

Montana Coyote

Steel tube, 2 place, high wing STOL

Montana CoyoteKit/Plans:
Plans were available from:
Kenneth Probst
c/o Montana Coyote
3302 Airport Road
Helena, Montana 59601

Telephone: 406-449-3556

As of February 1996, the company is out of business.

Type Club:
David Staffeldt
8547 272nd Avenue
Salem, WI 53168

Telephone: 262-889-8308

Email: cstaffeldt@wi.rr.com

Group organized for the Mountain Eagle and the Montana Coyote 8/6/2002

Articles in EAA and related publications:

Year Month Page Magazine Article
94 05 45 Experimenter Fuel leak causes crash
92 10 08 Experimenter Photo Only
91 11 17 Experimenter Photo Only
91 10 06 Sport Aviation Coyote now flying
91 08 10 Sport Aviation Coyote now flying
91 08 10 Experimenter Photo Only
90 10 41 Sport Aviation The Montana Coyote

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