About this Plan
Frog Fairy. Glider. Beginners sailplane. Legend: Redrawn April 1993, MG Adams. This plan includes printwood formers and ribs.
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Alternate version of the Fairy plan, thanks to AugustaWest. This one looks like the original kit plan print, and as such has no formers or rib templates.
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by JR Vanderbeek
from Frog (ref:709-GK)
Glider F/F Kit
all formers complete :)
Found online 29/07/2012 at:
Format: • PDFbitmap
Credit*: mikewight, AugustaWest
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User commentsAdded colour photo of his nicely finished Fairy model, thanks to Sundancer.
SteveWMD - 19/07/2014
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