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Aviomodelli Cormorano. Radio control powered sailplane. Wingspan 2060 mm, for 1-1.5 cc engines.
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Quote: "Beginner sail plane by Aviomodelli Cremona Italy. Could be motorized with little glow motor on fin pod. Classical wood construction. Fuselage is a box of balsa and phlywood. Wings of balsa ribs and spruce longerons. Great for beginners and easy flatland thermalling. Courtesy of Mr katzi who posted it in a Facebook groop."
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User commentsAbsolutely great flier. It was my first RC glider back in the early 70's.
Vic Arcudi - 04/06/2021
Hi Mary, I've just seen the daily update to your site, sporting Cormorano. I've uploaded the same files on an italian group a few weeks ago, being curious about your source I looked at the credit and saw a Mr Katzi. Well I think that you misunderstand the situation: there is no Mr Katzi, but Ehsti Katzi, a nick name I've choosed a long time ago. It's not a first and second name nick, instead is a modification of a italian vulgar dialectical exclamation. Look at that account on FaceBook.
Back to the model, it was a kit produced by Aviomodelli years ago, it happens that Aviomodelli was situated in my home town, Cremona, and is no longer in business, however they still own the original plant where I go occasionally. Attached is a photo I recently took of the original prototype [pic 003]. Ciao
Beppe Ghisleri - 06/06/2021
Ah, got it, have changed the credit on this one now. Thanks
SteveWMD - 06/06/2021
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