Build-It Plans

Andy Reynolds' Vought XF5U


Designed by Andy Reynolds. Free plans from Winter 2013 Park Pilot.

The XF5U was an experimental design by Vought during World War II. The flat, round-shaped body led to the nickname “Flying Flapjack.” The entire body is the lifting surface, and its design resulted in low takeoff and landing speeds, but a high top speed.

Dick Sarpolus' F-86 Sabre Jet EDF


Designed by Dick Sarpolus. Free plans from Fall 2012 Park Pilot.

Andy Reynolds' EZ-Cruiser and Mini-Cruiser


Designed by Andy Reynolds. Free plans from Summer 2012 Park Pilot.

Dick Sarpolus' Consolidated PBY4-2 Privateer


Designed by Dick Sarpolus. Free plans from Spring 2012 Park Pilot.

If “No way!” was your immediate reaction to seeing this airplane, you might want to reconsider. A foamy-profile is easy to build and fly, the basic airframe is low cost, and a four-engine bomber is not much harder to build than a fighter.

Dick Sarpolus' British Supermarine Spitfire


Designed by Dick Sarpolus. Free plans from Winter 2012 Park Pilot.

Those of us who enjoy making model airplanes from plans know about the building and flying fun we get from sheet-foam, profile airframes — low cost, easy builds, good performance, and not just another airplane like everyone else’s.

Dick Sarpolus' F6F Hellcat


Designed by Dick Sarpolus. Free plans from Spring 2011 Park Pilot.

Paul Gentile's Split Stik


Designed by Paul Gentile Free plans from Winter 2010 Park Pilot.

Larry Towner's Blue Foam Wonder


Designed by Larry Towner. Free plans from the Spring 2010 Park Pilot.

Paul Gentile’s RaeZA


Designed by Paul Gentile This lightweight flying wing is an awesome fun flyer Free plans from Fall 2008 Park Pilot.

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