The first Breezy was
designed and built in 1964 by Charley
Roloff, Carl Unger, and Bob Liposky. This was the 50th year
of the Breezy, which brought many out to fly. More than 1000
sets of plans were sent out for the Breezy, but no one knows
how many of those actually became flying aircraft. The first
Breezy flown at AirVenture was in 1965, and they have been a
fixture at AirVenture ever since. There were at least half a
dozen Breezys at Oshkosh this year.
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