Aero Commander 100   N5559M                      (c/n  096)

                                  The Aero Commander line of single-engine aircraft began in 1965 when Rockwell Standard
                                  acquired both the Meyers Aircraft Company and Volaircraft, Inc.   The former company was
                                  building the Meyers 200B (which became the Aero Commander 200) whilst Volaircraft were
                                  in limited production of their model 1050.  This production was continued by Rockwell as the
                                  Aero Commander 100.   Production ceased somewhere around 1969.   My shot illustrates this
                                  1967 model at Long Beach in 1968.  It appears to have a ding on the rudder.  This machine is
                                  still on the register.