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А - самолёт «Кри-Кри» Мишеля Коломбана (Франция)

Вы решили построить самолёт. И сразу перед вами первая проблема - каким ему быть? Одноместным или двухместным? Чаще всего это зависит от мощности имеющегося двигателя, наличия необходимых материалов и инструментов, а также от размеров «ангара» для постройки и хранения самолёта. И в большинстве случаев конструктору приходится останавливать свой выбор на одноместном летательном аппарате тренировочного типа.

SG 38 Schulgleiter / SK-38 Komar Glider - 1:72 MPM/Special Hobby

Page 1 of 4 - Launch Vipers! - just about done - posted in Work In Progress - SF & RealSpace: Hi folks,Our club is running its annual Build-the-Same-Kit competition and one of the nominated models was the BSG Viper. Luckily we got enough votes and there are now four of us building them.I was going to do the new Mk. 1, but I found a cheap Mk. 2 so I thought I might try and build both.So far Ive washed the sprues (long soak in warm soapy water, then clean with a toothbrush and rinse)...

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The SGP 1-1 is the first glider built by the Schweizer brothers and was designed after the popular German training gliders of the 1920-1930 period by Ernest Schweizer. It was constructed over the course of one year by members of the Mercury Glider Club with $150 which the club raised. The photos of the model are taken of Gordon Pierson's impeccably built one sixth SGP 1-1 from the TMRC plans and kit. This one is museum quality as he has hand-crafted every piece of hardware shown in the plans at

The SGP 1-1 is the first glider built by the Schweizer brothers and was designed after the popular German training gliders of the 1920-1930 period by Ernest Schweizer. It was constructed over the course of one year by members of the Mercury Glider Club with $150 which the club raised. The photos of the model are taken of Gordon Pierson's impeccably built one sixth SGP 1-1 from the TMRC plans and kit. This one is museum quality as he has hand-crafted every piece of hardware shown in the plans…