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Designation: VP-1

Evans VP-1

Evans VP-1 Volksplane

A picture of the Evans VP-1 Volksplane

The VP-1 was designed by W. S. Evans of La Jolla, California to be as easy as possible to build in a home workshop and with a minimum of tooling.  The final design is a boxy wood and fabric, single-seat sport plane.  The fuselage is nothing more than a plywood box while the constant chord of the wings makes all the ribs identical and eases production and assembly.  A Volkswagen engine powers the VP-1 and it was from this that the name Volksplane was derived.  The VP-1s ease of construction and docile flying characteristics have made it very popular and literally hundreds have been built around the world.

Wingspan 24 ft

Wingspan

Length 18 ft

Length

Height 5 ft 6 in.

Height

Weight 685 lbs (loaded)

Weight

Max. Speed 95 MPH

Maximum Speed

Service Ceiling 10,000 ft

Service Ceiling

Range 200 miles

Range

Engines One 1600 to 1800 cc Volkswagen automobile engine with 50 horsepower

Engine

Crew 1

Crew


Manufacturer
Evans

Markings
James Glaze, Tucson, AZ 1990

Designation
VP-1

Registration
N47188

Serial Number
1

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