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Pelayo. Simple towline glider model, wingspan 70cm.
Quote:" Hi Steve. This is my first contribution to the Plans archive. I send you the plan of the 'Pelayo'. This was a model for the aeromodelling schools in Spain in the years 1940 to 1960. This model was the Spanish version of the 'Jungvolk' of the German NSFK. It was a model very simple and of limited flight qualities. Design by Hans Adenaw in 1940 it has a wingspan of 70 cm. A metal version (Jungvolk Metallmod.) was drawn by Otto Wernicke, in 1941. Greetings, Fernando González, Toledo (Spain)"
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User commentsWow! this was my first model. My father built one when I was 8 years old. Thank you very much for publish that plan. I've been looking for it from years and years.
MikeSierra67 - 14/11/2019
Magnificent model; simple, easy and fast to build and very cheap materials. Very good to start.
L. Martín - 14/11/2019
Hola Mary and Steve. I send you some pictures of my Pelayos [model pic and more pics 004-012]. One is built according to the original plan, with pinewood and ply. The other one, modified for R/C, is mainly built in balsa wood.
Saludos from Spain,
JesusAbellan - 15/11/2019
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