Canard Builders Information Resources no means complete but send us your link

Cozy Aircraft - Nat Puffer's original web site

Cozy Builders Mailing List - Contact Marc Zeitlin
This is the primary resource for Cozy builders to learn, ask questions and get straight answers.

Cozy Builders Mailing List Archive Search Engine - Rick Maddy has made it easy for us, make it easy on all of us by searching the archives before you ask a question, chances are it has already been answered

The Unofficial Cozy Builders Web Site -
Marc's website has a wealth of information and links

Canard Aviators  newslist, similar to the Cozy Builder's Mailing List while not limited to the Long-Ez and Varieze it tends to be focused more in that direction

Canard Community Forum -
We'll call this "The alternative canard builder's forum"; it's casual, free thinking and the stupid questions never go unasked, or unanswered.

Central States Association -
This is a quarterly newsletter by snail mail, DO NOT BUILD A CANARD AIRCRAFT WITHOUT IT
Join the CSA, you may want to order the back issues of the newsletter, there is more hard science and hands on research in those newsletters than anywhere else, you won't find this stuff on the net or some bodies web site.

Image Copyright, Deborah Iwatate
Deborah Iwatate's (thats ee-wah-tah-tee) origional Long-Ez Building Tips booklet. We were not the first! Long before we even thought of building a Cozy, Deborah had completed and was flying her Long-Ez.
Bob Bittner's "Shark Latch"? he says it was inspired by Deborah's latch.
Wonder why the Cozy has brakes up front and the Long-Ez was in back? Look at Deborah's forward brake mod for Long-Ez's.
She's got vents and many more things, take a look, she may be the very first Canard Girrrl =)

Uli Wolters -
Cosy Classic is a redesigned Cozy III with a forward tilting canopy and other mods required by the German FAA. Uli will sell just the chapter on building the canopy, while it is not specific the the Mk-IV, you need the plans for the concept and layup schedules.

Rick Maddy's Builders and Flyers web pages hosting:

Ken Miller's parts and services on the East coast;