Friday, March 13, 2009
No special jigs or fixtures are needed to build the Woodstock. Every effort has been made to keep the hardware simple. The Woodstock weighs only 235 pounds empty and can be launched by auto tow, aero tow, winch tow, or bungee-launched off a hill. The wing is built around a single main spar formed as a hollow box and plywood ribs. The fuselage is also framed with plywood, and both wings (forward of the spar) and fuselage are covered with plywood. The wings pin to the fuselage with three Y-inch pins and to each other with two 1/2-inch pins. Plans for this aircraft are no longer marketed.