The Hall Cherokee II is an American high-wing, single seat glider that was designed by Stan Hall and introduced in 1956 as plans for amateur construction.
Due to its low cost and ease of construction, the Cherokee II is one of the most produced home-built gliders.
The first Cherokee II to fly was built by Frank Kerns and George McGinnis in 1956. The first flight was done by the designer, Stan Hall, in the late summer of 1956.
The model is of conventional balsa/ply construction, and covered in World Models ToughLon & LighTex.