Rick Pitcher of Lancaster,
"My Zodiac is powered by a Jabiru 3300 engine with a Sensenich wood prop. I started with a wing kit from Zenith Aircraft and scratch built the rest
of the aircraft from plans. The plane was fabricated and assembled in my workshop at home over a period of 12 months, then taken to the airport for final assembly and taxi testing. Total
plans-build time was about 1200 hours. The last couple of weeks were hectic, but everything finally came together and the DAR inspected the airplane and issued the Airworthiness Certificate on Dec 17, 2003, the 100th anniversary of the Wright brothers' first flight."
ZODIAC (St - Hubert, Quebec):
"C-GZGQ is a 2700-hour project built entirely from plans.
It is a Zodiac CH601-HD powered by a self-rebuilt Subaru EA-81
engine using a Reductions belt re-drive. The aircraft was built in
a 11' X 23' garage."
Two Zodiacs on a cross country outing (photographed from a third
Note: Many of these images show customer-built aircraft,
some of which have been modified without the designer's specific approval. Modifications
will affect the specifications and performance of the aircraft.