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Younkin-Dake Mullicoupe A Younkin-Dake Mullicoupe is a two-place monoplane modeled on a Monocoupe 90 and "Mister Mulligan", a Howard DGA-6.
Younkin-Dake Mullicoupe The Red Younkin-owned Mullicoupe N273X suffered a loss of power which resulted in a forced landing in a field near Siloam Springs, Arkansas on November 10, 2009. The aircraft suffered significant damage, but is currently being repaired.
Younkin-Dake Mullicoupe Jim Younkin of Springdale, Arkansas completed a frame of this aircraft in 1989 and a homebuilt model earlier in 1985 with the help from Bud Dake. Three Mullicoupes were flying by 1997. The idea of this design came to Younkin and Dake at the Ottumwa, Iowa Antique Airplane Association's Fly-In in 1982 after a discussion about Younkin's "Mister Mulligan". Bud Dake suggested they design a 2-seat aircraft which would be as fast as the "Mister Mulligan" but powered by a smaller P&W R-985 engine. Younkin then designed a scale model which was somewhat of a cross between the Benny Howard-designed "Mister Mulligan" but with the fuselage shape of a Monocoupe. The Mullicoupes are a clean-sheet design utilizing a steel tube fuselage double-covered in fabric with built up wood wings skinned in aircraft plywood. The airfoil used on the Mullicoupe is the NACA 23012 having a chord of 63", but with an elliptical and tapered planform. The flaps are full Fowler flaps that travel on hidden hinges built into the wings, which is another Younkin original design.
Younkin-Dake Mullicoupe Three original Mullicoupes were created and a fourth was started but never finished. At present they are owned by Mark Holliday, Mr. Younkin himself, and Red Lerille. A fourth Mullicoupe, owned by Stein Bruch of Minnesota, is being completed with the assistance of Jim Younkin. The Black/Red Mullicoupe N274Y which was completed by Bud Dake (deceased) is owned by Mark Holliday, is on display and flies at the Vintage Aero Flying Museum, Platte Valley Airpark, Hudson, Colorado. Mr. Holliday is known to travel extensively with this black and red Mullicoupe, making appearances at fly-ins around the American Midwest.
Arkansas Aviation Historical Society Richard N. Holbert, Donald L. Holbert, Robert A. Younkin
Howard DGA-6 A second replica DGA-6 was built by Jim Younkin of Springdale, AR. Younkin and "Bud" Dake also designed and built the Mullicoupe, an original design utilizing features of both "Mister Mulligan" and the Monocoupe 90 which inspired it.
Masters of Disaster Two of the team's founding members, (Jimmy Franklin and Bobby Younkin), were killed in a crash during a performance at Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan, on July 10, 2005.
Jimmy Franklin On July 10, 2005, Franklin and Younkin collided in mid-air while performing their Masters of Disaster routine. Both pilots were killed.
Howard DGA-8 A number of these aircraft still fly, and another especially beautiful example of a DGA-11, restored by the renowned restorer and inventor, Jim Younkin, can be seen in the Arkansas Air Museum.
Jimmy Franklin Franklin began performing with Jim LeRoy in 2001, where they would dogfight and perform mock attacks on Shockley's jet truck. In 2002 the pair and Bobby Younkin formed the X Team, which was popularly known as the Masters of Disaster after the name of their aerobatic routine.