William Wynne

"The Corvair Authority"
5000-18 HWY 17 #247
Orange Park, FL 32003



Merry Christmas and Happy New Year

Scoob E, atop the Taylorcraft cowling above, Grace and myself Wish Everyone A Merry Christmas and Happy New Year.

We usually take a break from Dec. 15 to January 1st. However, we are quite busy, and are only planning on being out of the shop from Dec. 22 to Dec. 28. Keep in mind the answering machine fills up quickly. If you call during this period and hang up on the answering machine, you'll only be denying another builder the chance to leave us a message. I would also encourage everyone who sends us an e-mail to include their phone number and a good time to call. I can frequently cover a lot more ground returning an e-mail contact on the telephone.

Grace and I have put in a hardcore effort over the past few weeks to get a giant amount of orders out the door. Tonight the porch has about 50 boxes on it going to the Post Office first thing in the morning. This latest round of shipping fills all Premium Front Starter Kit orders, as well as Spinner Bulkheads and Manual and DVD orders. Many items, such as Ring Gears, Spinner Bulkheads and Low Profile Front Starters that had experienced lengthy backorders this year are now up to date. Dec. 16 is the last shipping day that will reliably get parts to people before Christmas.

Prior to Corvair College #19, we laid in a very large stock of machined parts, such as Hubs, Billet Oil Pans, Top Covers, Alternator Brackets, and Front Starter Brackets. These two factors give us the best availability on parts that we've had in a while. Our Online Catalog will reflect this availability update shortly.

Over the next two weeks, I am focusing on Distribtuors and fabricating the welded componenets. I have been welding for more than 30 years. In a long, productive day, I can easily put in eight hours under the helmet. During such a day, I always let the answering machine get the phone. It's not efficient to put the torch down, take off the helmet and gloves, leave the bench and answer an individual call, which stands a 20% chance of being a telemarketer. I'm spelling this out because we get two or three builders a month who don't understand the system, and will actually ring the telephone six or eight times a day, hanging up on the answering machine each time. Over the years we've helped countless builders, and once they understand we're a slightly smaller operation than Lycoming, and we don't have a receptionist for the phone, the relationship works a lot better.

Grace and I wish a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year and sincerely hope you spend them in peace with family and friends. We personally have a lot for which to be thankful, first and foremost that we will be spending the holidays with all of our parents. December 16th marks my father's 85th birthday. Tomorrow I will have the ultimate luxury of speaking with him. Grace and I want all our builders to know that we are sincerely thankful for each and every builder, and we are genuinely glad to assist everyone in pursuit of their aviation dreams.

2011 starts my 23rd year of working with Corvair powerplants. Whatever your goals, we wish you much success in the New Year.

"Real freedom is the sustained act of being an individual." WW - 2009

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