Robbe Mufti - Radio control sport model. For 5 - 7.5 ccm engines.
Quote: - "Hello Mary, hello Steve, please find attached the scans of the Robbe Mufti plan and a typewriter copy of the building instructions (in German). The Mufti is more or less just another variant of the then so popular .40 ugly-stick-box-fliers, nonetheless a rather pretty one, sporting probably the thickest profile of them all. I got mine in the early 70s from Bill, a GI who was a member in our club at this time and about to leave for home. It was a near finished kit, just had to do some details, the covering and finish. It was and probably still is a very forgiving plane, rather slow (though not with a .40 Webra) and so I flew it for some years without any damage 'till it finally grabbed a beet leaf on a full bore low pass and instantly burried itself between the beets. Anyway, some of its parts and the engine are servicing in other planes still today..."
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Update 15/02/2017: added cleaner version of the Bauanleitung (construction manual), thanks to pikpak.
Construction manual, 4 pages of text in German.
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