The models in this section represent reproductions of the old Midwest sheet balsa series of scale models models. This series of models is similar to those presented in the Top Flite Jigtime, Goldberg, Kiel Kraft EzEeBilt, and Frog Flite model series. They were die cut balsa models with color and markings pre applied. Like the Goldberg models, the amount of color was limited so all of the models presented as reproductions have had the color enhanced to take advantage of current day methods for applying markings to balsa. There were only four models in this series.

The models shown here along with the plan packages are a best attempt to reproduce the original series in their original form. Each plan package includes a scan of the original kit plan along with some building notes. All of the plans are in the Adobe PDF format. Each package contains multiple pages that are printed on U.S. legal size paper (8.5" x 14"). A link is provided with each model description to download the associated plan package.


A description of the method I use to print the parts directly on balsa is provided here. Just click on the link.

NOTE - A very good alternative to printing the parts for these models directly on balsa it to use T-shirt iron-on transfer paper. This material comes in 8 1/2" x 11" sheet size and works very well for transferring the drawn parts to balsa. A summary of the process for doing this is covered here. The major advantage of using this process is any printer can be used. To make it a bit easier to use iron-on transfer paper to create the full color parts for these models an alternate parts drawing package is provided. This drawing package has been laid out for 8 1/2" x 11" and for A4 sheets. A link to the iron-on transfer packages is provided in each model section of this page.

If you have access to a 3D printer, you will find some 3D print files for propellers here. The 7" prop is well suited for these models.