ANF Les Mureaux 115 (oz11832)
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ANF Les Mureaux 115. Free flight scale 1/2A model.
Quote: "This is Hurst Bowers' 31.5 in span rendition of the ANF Les Mureaux 115 French light observation parasol from 1932 to the beginnings of WW2. This plan is a pencil drawing from 1964 found among Hurst's effects after he passed away on 15 December, 2004. Hurst designed this as a 1/2A free-flight model, but I don't know if he built it. The lines and framework look good, however, and it could easily be powered with an electric motor and/or converted to RC, possibly scaled up a bit."
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User commentsHello! Just a comment that may be of interest: today Les Mureaux, where Ateliers de construction du Nord de la France et des Mureaux (ANF) was located in the 1920s, is the current location of the Arianegroup space launcher factory, which emerged from miscellaneous aerospace companies over the years. The Nord Noratlas (see https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nord_Noratlas) was also manufactured there after the war. The grass strip at LMX is also by the way the longest in Europe. Now the Ariane 5 are and future Ariane 6 space launchers will be built there.
Torbjørn - 24/12/2019
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