Meyers 200

A classic four-place retrace that will keep up with or outrun anything in its class. It has tank-like construction, but limited useful load.

The raw performance numbers of a Meyers 200 might resemble what you’d expect from the most modern single-engine piston speedster, even though the airplane is a product of the 1950s, and went out of production in the 1960s. But don’t turn a nose to these old gals because of their age. We’re talking cruise speeds […]
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