Brujo (oz4394)


Brujo (oz4394) by Kai Lahusen 1947 - plan thumbnail

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Brujo. Towline glider. This is the glider BRUJO of K. Lahusen. Argentina (1947).


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Brujo (oz4394) by Kai Lahusen 1947 - model pic


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I built one. I am from Argentina and interviewed the designer. I will send photos [more pics 003].
Néstor Hugo Fiorini - 24/09/2019
Hello - in the photo I am with Kai Laussen, its designer [more pics 004].
Néstor Hugo Fiorini - 01/10/2019
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