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EAA Experimenter 35
Bob Lef er fl ew his RV-10 to AirVenture 2014 from Delaware,
Ohio, in a fl ight of three with another RV-10 and a Cozy. Bob
completed his -10 after six years of building; it was certifi cated
in July 2013, and the fi rst fl ight was made in November 2013.
The aircraft is powered by a Lycoming IO-540-D4A5 engine.
While he was building his -10, two other RVs were being con-
structed on his residential block—another RV-10 and an RV-7.
Bob and his neighbors are laying claim to the title of most RVs
per capita in the United States.
Steve Allison's RV-6A was certificated in December 2013
and first flown in March 2014. The airplane took 20 years to
build, and he spent three days en route to AirVenture 2014
from San Jose, California, because of weather delays. One
of Steve's goals at AirVenture was to get ideas for the paint
scheme for his airplane, which is powered by a Lycoming
O-360-A1A rated at 180 hp. Steve's father, a retired Air Force
fighter pilot, attended AirVenture for the first time, flying in
with Steve's brother.