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Peter. Towline glider model.
Quote: "Hi Steve, from the German FMT, issue 27 (probably 1957), please find attached: A1 FF glider 'Peter'. Wing span 1000 mm. Plan states that it is a DMI design. Plan number 81. I think it is the Pjerri 75 (oz7634), but with some more details shown."
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User commentsHello Outerzone! A query about one of your new plans, the Peter A1 glider. I can't make out on screen the length of the fuselage. Everything else is OK. If you could supply it from the original I would be most grateful. I intend to build one for the UK's 36in. Hi-Start contests this coming season.
PeterM - 24/01/2020
Hi Peter - I tried to reply by email but it keeps bouncing back, so I thought I'd try this way. The fuselage is dimensioned on the plan as 805mm. Hope that helps. Do send us photos of the build!
Mary - 24/01/2020
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