Doug Burdick joined Continental Motors in 1995 as line crew manager and now lead mechanic at CMS. Doug earned his BA in Criminal Justice and Master's in Public Admin from the University of South Alabama, Associate's degree in Airframe Science from Enterprise-Ozark Community College and A&P license in 2007. Doug received his private pilot's license in 1997. In his spare time, Doug manages rental properties and enjoys renovating houses. His hobbies include motorcycling and British cars.
Continuous improvements in manufacturing technology and advanced statistical process control have enabled Continental Motors to hone in on the center of the tolerance band.
CYLINDER HEADS are machined on computer controlled machining centers. Custom designed computer controlled equipment is used in the assembly of the critical head to barrel joint.Features
PISTONS are designed to be extremely wear resistant.Features
“I was overwhelmed by the warm, southern welcome received when the Ninety-Nines toured the Continental Motors factory. You all were so gracious and inviting and treated us royally. Thank you for the graciousness and informative presentation. My mind is still spinning from all of the information that was packed into the culminating hour-long seminar. Our pilots would love to have had the opportunity I had to see the plant and hear about maintaining engine longevity.“