M-39 (oz3291)


M-39 (oz3291) 1970 - plan thumbnail

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MOVO M-39 (Spare Time Glider). Junior glider model for free flight. 1m wingspan. Italian language plan.

Quote "1970 - M-39 - MoVo - (Domenica del Corriere) - 'Junior' glider (the model is a MOVO plan at least 20 years older)"

Quote: "Dear Mary and Steve, Please find attached a plan for a little 1000 mm (39") free flight glider which appeared as a give away in a sunday supplement of the Italian newspaper 'Corriere della Sera' in 1970. The header in the plan reads 'Un aliante per le vostre ore libere' (A glider for your spare time). There is a building article in Italian language at the site http://albyone.altervista.org/modelli/M39.html from which I took the pic of the finished model. According to the builder it is an excellent flier. By the way, to balance the glider the CG (not shown in the plan but noted in the text) should be under the wing spar. I hope it will be worth appearing in your site. Best regards,"

Update 18/08/2016: Replaced this plan with 2 clearer copies (in colour and black/white) thanks to alcalaino.

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