Amigo II (oz4428)
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Amigo II. 2m towline glider. Graupner Quickie-Kit no 4219.
Quote: "Hello Steve, for your Graupner collection here is the glider Amigo 2. Best regards"
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Update 03/05/2018: added kit review from Radio Modeller, November 1966, thanks to RFJ.
Update 27/01/2020: Added decals zipfile, thanks to Patrick Urbain. These are in CDR format (Corel Draw).
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User commentsDear Steve, I built the AMIGO II (1965) von Graupner, with the plan from the site OUTERZONE [more pics 004, 005]. Thanks for the plan. Weight wo RC total = 478 gram. My site in the internet http://users.skynet.be/fa046192/ Greets,
Julien - 30/12/2013
Dear Steve - the Amigo Plan needs a parts list.
HymieSteyn - 01/01/2014
Hi Steve and Mary; I have two Amigos built [see more pics 006, 007] . One with Japan paper, one with oralight. The last a real thermal glider. Thanks for OUTERZONE, Regards
JulienVermeire - 25/02/2016
Hi Mary, Please see attached Amigo 2 [more pics 008].
AndyCoutts - 03/06/2016
Never say never. When I stopped sailing and took up model aircraft again I told Lindsay I would never fly RC again and stick solely to Free Flight. Herewith a 40 year old Amigo 2 I bought second hand and revamped. I stripped off the old solarfilm, extensively repaired the bare air-frame, re covered it in tissue, then put an old two channel radio into it. Flies beautifully. Lindsay got some fine shots, static and aerial [more pics 009-017]. Enjoy.
AndyCoutts - 31/03/2017
Added super photo of the finished model, thanks to Roman [model photo]. More images & info on his website: http://www.koralpe.com/graupner.html
Mary - 11/06/2019
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