Welcome to my little corner of the World Wide Web. I'm your
host and webmaster, Randy Pflanzer. If you want to check out the
construction details of my various projects, this is the right jumping off
point. Below, you can link to the construction logs for my F1 Rocket
airplane, my 1966 Shelby 427SC Cobra, or my RV-12 ELSA airplane. Click on
the appropriate picture below to be connected to that particular web site.
I've also built a number of other airplanes, but I chose not
to document those build logs. I completed a Long-EZ airplane in 1989, a RV-6
airplane in 2001 and a second F1 EVO Rocket airplane in 2008.
I hope that
you find my sites entertaining, informative, and helpful. If you have any
suggestions or comments about my site, I would appreciate hearing from you.
I should mention that the contents of all my web pages are intended for your
enjoyment purposes only and are not intended to instruct or otherwise tell
you how to build anything. If you find something helpful that you
eventually use on your own, it is by your decision only. I do not profess
to be an expert at anything other than baking my very own
Finally a word about copyrights.
All the material on my site is copyrighted. If you want to use it
for your own use, go ahead. If you plan to stick it somewhere on the
Internet for others to use, or you plan to distribute the material in any
way, I would appreciate it if you would ask for my permission before doing
so. I will usually grant my permission provided I am credited as the
Click on the appropriate picture
below to go directly to the construction log for that project. Both
the F1 Rocket and the Cobra are finished and the logs take you through the
complete construction process from start to finish.
Currently I am building a RV12
ELSA airplane from a series of six kits provided by Van's Aircraft.
This machine will be used to complete my next quest, which I am calling "My
Tour of America". Click on the picture below to go directly to the
My current plan is to use the
RV12 ELSA to visit every state in the continental US and to write a
travelogue about my adventure. I'm calling it "My Tour of America".
Click on the map below to go directly to my travelogue.