Mark begins work on his kit plane, starting with the rudder.
The plane goes through the final checks needed for its certificate of air-worthiness.
Mark prepares for his PPL Test; paint and decals are applied.
Mark starts carpeting and upholstering the plane's interior.
The wiring and instruments; Mark flies in a simulator.
Mark takes on the fitting of the ducting, oil and water-cooling, radiators, cowlings and finally the propeller.
The new engine arrives; Mark undertakes his first solo cross-country flight.
The rudder assembly is completed, and the fuselage top is on and finally bonded.
Fitting the brakes, wheels and undercarriage to the aeroplane; vintage Kit-Plane the Kit Fox.
The building gathers pace as Mark installs the cockpit module and seats into the aeroplane.
Work on the plane moves to the Tailplane, and Mark comes to grips with an electronic spirit-level.
Work continues on the cockpit module and the control yokes; a visit from the PFA inspector.
Beginning the wings; composite skills; flight training.
A workshop on composite building techniques; building a kit plane.
Taking a test flight at the Europa Factory in North Yorkshire, then private pilot training.
Researching plane construction; Popular Flying Association Rally.