Designed by George Evans in the 1960’s. Intended to be affordable and easy-to-build. The Evans VP2 was first introduced in 1969 and quickly gained popularity among amateur pilots and aviation enthusiasts around the world. Its simple, yet elegant design made it a popular choice for pilots looking for an affordable, easy-to-maintain aircraft that could provide hours of enjoyable flying. The aircraft’s lightweight construction and low-power engine made it an economical choice for pilots on a budget, while its unique shape and style made it stand out from other aircraft in its class. One of the unique features of the Evan VP2 is its ability to be built by amateur aircraft builders and the aircraft’s lightweight construction and low-power engine also made it an ideal for research.