War Aircraft Replicas of Tampa, Florida, was formed to design and market plans and kits of half-scale (50%) replicas of famous aircraft of World War II and since 1974 a number of designs have been made available to the amateur builder, types including the Sea Fury, A6M5 Zero, F4U Corsair,
The Menestrel family of light sporting aircraft was designed by Henry Nicollier in France as a low-wing, single-engine, light aircraft for amateur construction. This family of aircraft included both single-seat and two-seat variants.
The Pilatus is a high-wing two-seat in tandem light sporting aircraft with a tailwheel undercarriage designed and partially built by David Nightingale in Sydney, work commencing in about 2009 but was not finished.
The Nexus Mustang was designed by Richard Eaves of London, Ontario, Canada, who commenced building homebuilt aircraft in 1962. After building a Corben Baby Ace and a Bushby Mustang, and visiting an EAA event at Oshkosh, he decided to build an aircraft of his own design which suited his requirements.
The Sirocco was a French designed high-wing braced monoplane with a pusher engine. The fuselage was construction from fibreglass and polyester, was streamlined and could be fully enclosed or built with an open cockpit and windscreen.
The Lightwing GR-LSA is a development of the Hughes Lightwing series and is a two-seat, side-by-side, light sporting high-wing monoplane constructed of 6061T6 high tensile aluminium airframe, the underside of the outboard wing panels being covered with Ceconite, and the control surfaces are fabric covered.
Australian Lightwing is based at Ballina, NSW and was set up to build ultralight and light aircraft for the Australian market, originally known as Hughes Aircraft, part of the Hughes Group, being operated by Howard and Nicholas Hughes.
The Stollite was designed and built at Bankstown, NSW, by Arthur Armour. The prototype (10-3218) was basically designed to look like a scaled down Cessna Birdog / Hughes Lightwing, and used some parts from a Winton Super Cricket, which the designer had previously constructed.
Following the retirement of a number of Auster AOP.6 aircraft from military service in 1959 after the introduction into British Army service of the AOP.9, many of the survivors were obtained by Auster Aircraft Ltd for conversion for civil use and re-sale.
In 1929 the Pratt brothers at Geelong near Melbourne commenced work on a light aircraft known as the Amsco monoplane at the Workshops of AMSCO at Belmont Common in Victoria initially along the lines of a Heath parasol.
The Lightning is an ultra-light sporting monoplane produced in kit form by Arion Aircraft of North Shelbyville, Tennessee, the prototype (N233AL) flying for the first time on 3 March 2006, the first customer-built aircraft (N430GH) being flown on 19 April that year.
The American Legend AL3 Classic Cub is basically a replica of the Piper Aircraft J-3 Cub produced in the United States using modern design and construction techniques, and fitted with a modern Continental four-cylinder engine.
The American Legend Aircraft Company of Sulphur Springs, Texas has been involved in the production of reproduction / replicas of the Piper series of aircraft, including the Super Cub and in January 2012 flew an aircraft known as the Super Legend which is similar in appearance to the PA-18 Super
The Vivat, a motor glider, made its first flight at Uherske Hradiste in Czechoslovakia in May 1987, production beginning five years later, and more than 200 entered service with gliding clubs throughout Europe.