The Chris Tena Mini Coupe was an American all-metal, low-wing, twin-tail, single-seat monoplane designed by Bill Johnson in 1970. It was named for his wife and for its superficial similarity to the unconnected Erco Ercoupe. Kits were supplied for homebuilders and G-BPDJ was imported from the USA by the former Popular Flying Association chairman Roy Mills. It subsequently languished outdoors at Popham, and was cancelled by the Civil Aviation Authority last month, but has bounced back with a new owner. Also restored this month is Miles Messenger G-AGOY, built in 1944 and used as Miles’s hack before being sold to Switzerland. On return it passed through many hands, being cancelled twelve years ago.