Jane's Encyclopedia of Aviation
Bushby/Long MM-1 Midget Mustang (USA)
First flown in 1948, the Midget Mustang is a single-seat fully aerobatic sporting monoplane. Two versions are available for homebuilding: the MM-1-85 with a 63.5 kW (85 hp) Continental C85-8FJ or -12 engine
and the MM-1-125 with a 101 kW (135 hp) Lycoming O-290-D2 engine. By 1979 95 Midget Mustangs were flying, with 900 more under construction.
Bushby M-II Mustang II (USA)
Side-by-side two-seat derivative of the Midget Mustang powered normally by a 119 kW (160 hp) Lycoming O-320 engine. Plans are available to amateur constructors and by 1979 about 800 Mustang IIs were under construction.
Keith Copeland staged through Guernsey on 12/10/99 while on a solo round the world flight in his homebuilt Bushby Mustang II VH-MMC. Arriving from the USA via Reykjavik, Wick and Welshpool, the aircraft, which has an in-cabin long range tank giving 12hrs endurance, departed for Sion on 13/10/99
Bushby/Long Midget Mustang (85 hp Continental C85 engine)
Bushby/Long Midget Mustang (90 hp Continental C90 engine) built by Mr Lloyd Butler Of Norwalk, Ohio
Bushby Long MM-1-85 Midget Mustang built by Mr Joseph Rayne of Clinton, Michigan, with an aft-sliding cockpit canopy
The Long-Johnson "Mammy", the third of the "Midget Mustang" line, is constructed entirely of metal. The design is available in kit form, and although powered by only an 85-h.p. engine, is capable of 200 m.p.h.
Bushby/Long Midget Mustang built by Mr W F. Cassidy of Dallas, Texas (100 hp Continental O-200 engine)
James T. Graham’s Super Midget, a version of the Midget Mustang with retractable landing gear
Bushby M-II Mustang II built by Mr B. Edwards
Bushby M-II Mustang II with retractable landing gear built by Mr Oby Tolman of Reseda, California