|Headquarters||Lake Lure, North Carolina|
Preceptor Aircraft was originally called Nostalgair and based in San Antonio, Texas. N3 Pup construction was subcontracted to a Colorado company. Nostalgair and its sister company, Global Tool, (maker of Global engines), went out of business in 1986. Warren Mosler purchased the company's assets and appointed Bob Counts, designer of the N3 Pup, as president. Production moved to Winston-Salem, North Carolina. By 1993, the company expanded to two buildings and produced as many as 40 kits per year.
- STOL King, a high wing STOL aircraft.
- Ultra Pup, a two seat high wing aircraft.
- Super Pup, a single seat experimental high wing aircraft.
- N3 Pup, a single seat ultralight high wing aircraft.
- Stinger, a single seat ultralight high wing aircraft.
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- "Preceptor Aircraft Company". 20 June 2014.
- "Li'L OL' SMOOTHIE...THE MOSLER ENGINE". Sport Aviation: 57. April 1989.
- Jim Woolridge (1 November 1993). The Times News. Missing or empty
- "STOL King". 2010. Retrieved 2010-04-20.
- "Ultra Pup". 2010. Retrieved 2010-04-20.
- "Super Pup". 2010. Retrieved 2010-04-20.
- "N3 Pup". 2010. Retrieved 2010-04-20.
- Purdy, Don: AeroCrafter - Homebuilt Aircraft Sourcebook, Fifth Edition, page 224. BAI Communications, 15 July 1998. ISBN 0-9636409-4-1
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