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The Moni was an Air Recreational Vehicle (ARV) which was a pure motor glider. Created by John Monnett, the Moni filled a gap between the pure sail plane and the next generation of powered hang gliders.

Identifier

NASM.1992.0059

Creator

Monnett Experimental Aircraft Inc

Date

1981

Provenance

Harold C. Weston, gift, 1992, 1992-0059, unknown

Extent

0.25 Cubic feet ((1 flatbox))

Restrictions

No restrictions on access

Type

Collection descriptions

Archival materials

Receipts

Newsletters

Articles

Manuals

Drawings

Scope and Contents

This collection consists of the following: drawings; service bulletins; Installation Operation and Maintenance Manual for the Moni engine, 'KIM 107'; issues of the MONI Newsletters, 1988 - 1991, the Moni: The Newsletter of Monnett Experimental Aircraft, Inc.; HAPI Times: Newsletter for Sonerai, Monerai and Moni Builders; Monitor: Moni Technical and Operations Review 1989-1991; INAV Ltd. Ink 1985-1986; articles; packing lists, receipts, and news releases, and instruction manual.

Genre/Form

Receipts

Newsletters

Articles

Manuals

Drawings

Rights

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Names

Monnett Experimental Aircraft Inc

Monnett, John

Topics Aeronautics
Aeronautical sports
Aeronautics, Commercial -- United States
Aeronautics, Commercial
Gliding and soaring
Monnett Moni (homebuilt)
Periodicals

Archival Repository

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