Before Piper, Cessna, Kitfox, and Vans, before AOPA, CAP, EAA, and the FAA, there was Ace. Two decades after the Wright Brothers' first flight, flying had become a rich man's luxury. Mr. Orland G. "Ace" Corben saw the need for an aircraft that was safe, easy to fly, and inexpensive for the average person to build and operate.
In 1923, Corben began designing airplanes. Five years later, he created the first kit built airplane, the Baby Ace, and a year later the two-seat Junior Ace. These aircraft became the first popular home built aircraft. Today, Ace aircraft are the only kit built aircraft still being built and flown that can claim a heritage going back to the 1920s.
Nice picture of the Corben Super Ace. As far as I know, the only available model of this is the freeware one for FS2004 made by Chris Richardson (Classic Wings). It is available from flightsim.com as well as from Chris's new web page at: raraavissims.wixsite.com/rara-avis-sims/ Also, on flightsim.com and on his web site you can find multiple versions (FS2004 and FSX) of the Baby Ace (wheels, spats, skis, tundra tyres).