Maytag Powered Plane By The Wrong Bros.


| May/June 1999

  • Engine Show

  • Maytag Plane

  • Adventure Flights


  • Engine Show
  • Maytag Plane
  • Adventure Flights

7821 Dewberry Lane, Cedar Hill, Missouri 63016

Maytag (Model 92) powered plane piloted by the Wrong Brothers was on display at the 1999 Quartzsite, Arizona, Engine Show. Yes, the prop did spin, but was a little short on power and rpm. It was built by Bob Johnson (top) and Dave Taylor.

I thought this plane was slightly different than a standard engine picture, especially with the wing decorations (dead chickens, a torn-off arm, ladies undergarment, hot water bottle, etc.). Prop says, 'Adventure Flights.'



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