These Spirit of St. Louis checks are a great stand alone design. The Spirit of St. Louis was made famous by Charles Lindbergh when he flew the airplane across the Atlantic Ocean to Paris May 20 -21, 1927. Lindbergh’s solo flight is legendary. He won $25,000 for making that nonstop, solo flight. These airplane checks celebrate that history making event.
The Spirit of St. Louis was custom built and had only a single engine. A little bit of trivia, the Registration for the airplane is N-X-211. Although most commonly known by its nickname, the official name of the aircraft was the Ryan NYP (for New York to Paris). The plane was designed by Donald A. Hall, with input from Lindbergh. The design of the airplane was loosely based on the 1926 Ryan M-2 mail plane. Of course the big design difference were aimed at increasing the range of the aircraft to the 4,000 miles it eventually achieved.
You might also consider Oshkosh checks. These recommended checks feature not only the Spirit of St. Louis but several other airplanes popular to Oshkosh fans.