AV 10 (oz4423)
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A.V. 10. Free flight glider Tailess design.
Quote: "Off this time to AEROMODELLER July 1946... an article by S.R. CROW on 'TAILESS TYPES' together with two plans... and the second by GUY BORGE was called A.V. 10".
Update 23/04/2015: Replaced this plan with a clearer copy (with patterned background removed) thanks to TonyP.
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by Guy Borgé
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Found online 20/05/2013 at:
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