Frank Versteegh's original "Milk Shake" Extra 300. He now drives a Toyota sponsored Extra 300L.
The Extra 300 of airshow pilot Tim Weber, from Tim Weber Airshows.
Various blue and red paint schemes were fairly typical when the 300 first appeared. At right, the rear pilot's instrument panel. It's not as sparse as the panel in the Extra 230, but the newer Extras seem to have a better layout.
This Extra has been modified as an Extra 300 "Special." In the picture on the left, you can see that the large two place canopy has been replaced with a smaller, one seater canopy. Presumably, the front seat was also removed to save weight. The two other shots show this Extra in the normal configuration.
This 300 belongs to airshow pilot Rocky Hill. At left is his old paint scheme, and at right is the one he is using in 1997. See more pictures on Rocky's web site
This unusual scheme appears to emulate the one on Gene Soucy's Extra 300S.
This Extra is being used for aerobatic training by Sunrise Aviation in Orange County, CA.
These Extras belong to the Firebirds Aerobatic Team, from the U.K.
The Extra 300's of the Northern Lights. The group has since switched to the Extra 330L
The Halcones aerobatic team, from Chile. This pictures were taken by Mike Sherburne, who got a press ride with the team. The the full article here.
A Swedish owned Extra 300. Photos courtesy Magnus Ístling.
Golden Dreams Aerobatic Team Extra 300.