As noted above, Stephen Cohen designed a number of aircraft which were built by this company, including the Avenger, one of which was involved in an incident 2 km south-east of Caboolture on 7 February 1988.
This was a single-seat ultralight aircraft built at Raymond Terrace, NSW in the 1980s. It was based on the Thruster, Tolaero and Condor designs and had a 8.53 m (28 ft) Clark Y wing, spruce spars, Klegecell ribs and was covered with Dacron.
The Easy /rider is a single-seat ultra-light or hang glider designed by Lawrence Mauro and John Moody of Ultralight Flying Machines in the United States and the prototype made its first flight in 1975, being placed in limited production, examples being sold around the World.
The Super Pelican was designed by Jean Rene Le Page in Quebec, Canada and was a development of the smaller and earlier Le Pelican which was also an ultralight aircraft and was fitted with a half-conversion of a Volkswagen engine reduced from four cylinders to two.
The WT-01 and WT-02 Klassik aircraft, known as the Wild Thing were introduced to the light aircraft market in 1997 by ULBI (Ultr-Leight-Bau International GmbH at Hafurt) in Germany as a two-seat light sporting aircraft, being a strutted, high-wing aircraft, the basic variation in the two models being the installation
The first of the Skydart series of light sporting aircraft was flown in 1984 and since then it has been developed by Ultralight Aviation of Grays Point, NSW, later of Rosemeadow, NSW its designer being Steven Cohen.
The Phantom was one of a series of single-engine, single-seat ultralight aircraft designed and developed in a range of models by Phantom Aeronautics of Three Rivers, Michigan and it was made available to the amateur construction market in kit form.