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Hello Steve I just read your words about being beat up on at Canards Aviators I think that is whom you were referring to. The discussion was about the Rift between C.A and C zone..... Sorry you were disrespected. I know the feeling. I tried to contact Jon Matcho but no replies. I am either being Blacklisted or disregarded. Sad it is the guys building there first aircraft that give me the most flack. I do not get it. Childish behavior by the community and they wonder why so few will sign up. Let me know when you post again and if you get blasted PM me there and I will support you. Cozy846 Canard Aviators. Yahoo Groups and where ever I can study Composite AC construction. Best Regards from and Adult.
From
Peter Swayze
Mar 13, 2015 22:26:17
Hi Steve,I am a Cozy builder from France. I have been following your progresses for a while now.Very nice what yoou have done.For sure Iwill copy some of your ideas.I find the canopy hinge so cooool.Some more details would be appreciated.What kevlar are you using for the cowlings? Greetings !!!!!
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Jean Joseph Fo Amougou
Sep 18, 2013 08:37:00
hello.I come from China,I want to ask, where is your drawings, I also want to do, but there is no drawing
From
hu zhang
May 14, 2013 04:24:31
Hey Big Steve! Been watching your build for the past couple years. Outstanding work. I'm stationed at Mountain Home AFB, ID. Right down the road!
From
Xavier Lawson
Jul 10, 2012 03:41:12
Is this Steve Harmon from CA, father Roger? If so, this is Mark Chafe from High School days. I hope this is you. Email me.
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Mark Chafe
Dec 14, 2011 05:08:57
I have a narco AT50A w/ tray, connector and fresh 8130. $500.00
From
Terry Brokaw
Jun 16, 2011 14:43:04
Thanks for your reply on canard aviation forum. Very helpful. For some reason I couldn't post a reply.
From
Fergus Fay
Apr 13, 2011 21:39:18
Dear Sir i search to know what is the landing weight limitation for my COZY 3 could you help me ? best regards Roland
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roland othnin-girard
Apr 12, 2011 13:44:07
What a great site, I love your pictures! Keep up the good work. Brought back memories of 1986/89 when I built my Cozy III. John.
From
John Stamper
Feb 19, 2011 23:00:03
I like the layout of your site. Good luck on your project. Wish I were as far along as you. - Richard
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Richard Peters
Feb 6, 2011 03:11:49
Hi Steve, thanks for the inspiration. I visited Wayne Hicks last month and he graciously showed me his awesome project. Yours looks great as well. I recently purchased a Cozy IV in the basic tub stage and will pick it up when I return from Afghanistan next month. I can't wait to start and will use your photos as a guide. Keep up the good work buddy.
From
Ollie Staffeld
Jan 14, 2011 11:49:18
hello, i'm also a california ex-patriot living in idaho. i presently live in old hailey. i have become aquainted with john lane at airpower unltd. for nearly 20 years. i was the parts manager at sutton and sons auto center for fifteen years, now i work part time for community partnerships of idaho. my son is a pilot for sabena, in mesa, az. he has over 5000 hrs. and is listed on "landings.com" if i can be of any assistance to you, please let me know. ...regards...steve...
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steve hardy
Jan 26, 2010 17:24:23
Looking good! I was hoping you had some spar matching photo's but you must be keeping those a secret! I think FHC are the best and yours came out great. I think from the way your bird is shaping up, you will be inclined to keep it, instead of parting with it like your LongEze years ago. Keep up the super work!! You obviously are a pro at this composite stuff.=)
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Dennis Passey
Oct 20, 2009 23:08:47
Hi Steve! Great Cozy-site! I'm interested in your experiences so far with the hinge-solution on your canopy. I'm going for a FHC as well and I find your concept to be very interesting. Regards, Erlend Moen Norway Building Cozy MK IV #1556 http://cozy.ljosnes.no
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Erlend Moen
Sep 28, 2009 10:50:22
Hey Steve, I was viewing your site. Njoyin it. I will be new to building. CozyIV. I will take a EAA class in October just to see if I can do the fiberglass work. Retiring soon and looking for place to move too. Working in the city, Houston, has drained me. cg
From
Chuck Gonzalez
Sep 26, 2009 17:46:38
nice site, very informative. I am just starting on my project! your site is inspirational. thanks tom
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tom krell
Jul 30, 2009 14:23:58
Nice website. I like your shop too. Your work looks nice. I wish I had that much room to work in for my Cozy.
From
Jeff Fisher
Jun 10, 2009 05:42:09
Hey Big Steve! Nice log and very clean work. If you don't mind I'm using your log techniques with my Cozy III project. Look forward to your continued success. Take care
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Xavier Lawson
Apr 21, 2009 00:38:50
Trs beau travail!! (very good work!!)I love your canopy opening,it's great! Michel, owner of Cozy IV C-GYJO from Blainville,Quebec,Canada
From
Michel Laroche
Nov 28, 2008 20:07:43
Really a neat project, you have a great gift working with your hands and being so articulate ... maybe we can go flying in it when your finished.
From
Don Stevens
Nov 1, 2008 06:49:21
Hi Steve, Keep up the good work. Wayne www.northrim.net/wyanders/ev/
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Wayne Anderson
Jan 3, 2008 04:44:59
Boy you've been busy. Are you going to be able to keep up with the new toy? We shall see. I'm glad that you are keeping the website up to date. i like to look at the pictures and see the progress even though I don't necessarily understand everything you are doing.
From
Suzanne Shumaker
Nov 12, 2007 02:58:44
Courage, je construis le m
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Bontemps Paul
Oct 12, 2007 06:21:13
Howdy STeve, Good to meet you at RR '07! You are doing a great job with the Cozy. Keep up the work and continue to update, unlike someone we know. :)
From
Remi K.
Oct 6, 2007 22:58:38
Hi Steve, First of all, please accept my apologies for not being able to spend more time with you at Jackpot. I think that we could spend a lot of time discussing Cozy's and probably also taking a ride in mine. BUT, I had to make it home Saturday, and in that kind of warm weather, late is no good. I came up Friday afternoon and had a miserable, bumpy ride across NV. Anyway, you have a very nice web site here. Looks like your craftsmanship is top notch? Did you build a L-EZ before? Or is that a misunderstanding? You should put a link on Marc Z's site, if it's not there already. Other builders can learn a lot from looking at pictures. Well, as I said, ID is my territory, and I come up there a couple of times a year. I will keep you in mind for my next trip.... Maybe you will show me your project? I can file a TC report on your project... Now, no more goofing off. Back out in the garage & get to work ;-) Jay
From
Jay Skovbjerg
Jul 9, 2007 16:49:57
STEVE I HAVE BEEN FOLLOWING THE BUILD, LOOKS GREAT. I ALSO LIKE THE PART ABOUT THE GOVERNMENT AND THE RIFLES. I THINK WE ARE HEADING INTO SOCIALISM, CAN'T GET THE RIGHT PEOPLE OUT TO VOTE. BUT THATS ANOTHER STORY. GOOD LUCK. BOB T
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BOB THORPE
Apr 16, 2007 01:58:46
nice to see progress.best of luck from indiana indplis COLTS we are buiding varieze doing the micro and sanding i retired three times my son and i want to finish this summer. too much playing in the snow. never quit I AM 73 still healthy. LIFE IS LIKE A ROLL OF TOLET PAPER THE MORE YOU USE THE FASTER IT GOES.. HAVE A GREAT DAY.
From
louis wooldridge
Feb 25, 2007 23:30:28
Looking great. I cant wait till its done
From
Steve Shumaker
Dec 27, 2006 00:33:39
I love hobbies. Thanks for the great example. Sounds like you are starting a long loved hobby again. Have fun and be safe!!
From
Ryan Lott
Nov 16, 2006 21:25:00

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