In the 1990s the aircraft design was sold in kit form by Reflex Fiberglass Works of Walterboro, South Carolina. \u00a0 \nThe WLAC-1 is a low-wing monoplane powered by a 210 hp (157 kW) Continental IO-360 piston engine. Of composite construction, it has a retractable nose-wheel landing gear. The four-seats had an unusual arrangement in that the rear two seats face backwards. Kits to build the aircraft were sold for amateur construction. The project is currently managed by Will and Bill Fields. Will has raced the plane in the Reno National Championship races with two wins since 2002. \u00a0 \nThe prototype first flew on 8 March 1986 as the Jones White Lightning. By 1998 about 50 examples had been finished.