Story opens with the December 1935 separation when Wm. T. Piper forced Taylor out of the company that bore his name, Taylor Aircraft Company, manufacturer of the “Cub.” Name was changed to Piper Aircraft Corporation when Piper moved his reorganized business to Lock Haven, Pennsylvania in mid-1937. Traces C.G. Taylor’s design and manufacture of the various Taylorcraft airplanes. Production facilities detailed w/numerous factory photos. Detailed history of 65-years of Taylor including production of 13,000 Taylorcraft airplanes and a British Auster model. 3-views of each Taylorcraft model. Foreword by C.G. Taylor’s son, Bob Taylor. Includes specifications, performance data, factory photos, profiles & more!