Jane's Encyclopedia of Aviation
Bowers Fly Baby 1-A (USA)
Single-seat light monoplane designed to be constructed by amateurs; 3,870 sets of plans had been sold by May 1979.
Bowers Fly Baby 1-B (USA)
Biplane version of the 1-A using a set of interchangeable wings.
Bowers Fly Baby 1-A built by Mr Ray Lee ot Seattle, Washington. Its early-model Continental A65 engine has upward-facing exhaust ports
Bowers Fly Baby (65 hp Continental engine) built by Mr John Frew
Canadian-built Bowers Fly Baby 1-A with winter-flying canopy and modified windscreen
Two-seat version of the Bowers Fly Baby 1-A built by students of Ash Fork High School, Arizona
Bowers Fly Baby homebuilt lightplane equipped as a seaplane
Bowers Fly Baby 1-B biplane (85 hp Continental C85 engine)
Bowers Fly Baby 1-B, biplane conversion of the original Fly Baby