Ato-36 (oz194)


Ato-36 (oz194) 1944 - plan thumbnail

About this Plan

Ato 36. 36in span free flight glider. Old kit plan, redrawn. Quote (from plan legend): "Easy to build, easy to fly. This master drawn in June 1994 from a copy of an original plan supplied by Geoff Witting to Keith Harris. Drawn by George Stringwell."

Update 18/09/2013: Added a CAD version of this plan, thanks to JohnBlack.

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Hi Steve, A couple of photos of the ATO36 I built at the time I redrew the plan. Regards,
George - 19/07/2014
Many thanks to Sundancer (OBE probably is in the post) for use of his photos showing very nicely completed Ato-36 model :)
SteveWMD - 15/06/2015
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