I posted my wooden stand here earlier
2 6 x 2 side plates, its extremely solid and easy to use.
A regular 6 x 2 board is much stiffer than plywood
To remove the swing arm you need to remove the LH foot-peg bracket before fitting the side plates.[You must be registered and logged in to see this image.]
The half inch pipe fits through the Luigi hole. Note: 1/2" pipe is more like 3/4" OD
My bike came with a washer welded in each side, a touch with a rat-tail file made the hole big enough for the pipe but you might have to adapt yours with a sleeve e.g. length of PVC pipe so it doesn't impinge on the chrome plastic decoration bits.
The ready rod and nuts tie it together, I used 1/2" but 1/4" would be adequate.[You must be registered and logged in to see this image.]
It takes me about 30 seconds to get the bike from prop stand to rear wheel in the air.
Step 1 assemble plates while on the side stand
Step 2 pivot bike upright one hand on the bar, the other under seat
Step 3 slide the 3 x 3 block under the short plate with your foot
To get it down again just lift the bike and kick the block out.
Note: The large rectangular hole in the LH plate uncovers the swing arm pivot bolt (side plate removed)
I should add I'm not very strong but its easy to lift the bike pivoting on the RH plate.
This probably looks a bit shaky but it was very solid when I needed to pull both wheels for a tire change[You must be registered and logged in to see this image.]