- Nov 26, 2001
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ls there a kit out there that would be a good (relatively easy) first time plane to build?
It all depends upon what you're looking for in an airplane. Ultralights are cheap and easy, if you just want to putt around by yourself. But, do you need more seats that that? And how much money do you have to throw at the thing? Consider buying a project that someone else has started. I think it's around 70% of homebuilts that are started change owners at least once before they're finished. This will keep you from looking at a big box of parts with no end in sight, and will probably save you a few bucks, too. Try www.barnstormers.comnavigator72 said:
I have decided to build one of these <www.quadcitychallenger> this winter, and put in on floats for next season.navigator72 said:
have to say a cozy mark 4 - a 2+2 seater. 1700 long, vari, cozies flyin. i betcha 95%+ were first time builders, the plans are an education process.navigator72 said: