Gull Wing (oz1908)
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Gull Wing. Free flight gas model. Plan is inscribed: 'Plan from Gordon Codding estate, loaned by Ron Boots'
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by Pop Schrieber
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Found online 02/12/2011 at:
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User commentsI wonder if there is an article on this airplane, and also I would like to know the year when this drawing was originally published.
By the way, what does "SAM Speaks- March~ April 2009 - page 8" (it is written on the plans) mean? Is it a magazine?
Fernando - 06/09/2021
about Sam Speaks: https://sam122.sk/samspeaks/
Pit - 08/09/2021
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