Supreme 60 (oz4515)

 

Supreme 60 (oz4515) from Graupner 1986 - plan thumbnail

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Graupner Supreme 60. Radio control model. Foam wing. Discontinued kit. Graupner Quickie-Kit no 4634.

Update 14/1/2022: Added kit review (in French) from MRA, June 1990, thanks to Pit.

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Supreme 60 (oz4515) from Graupner 1986 - model pic

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designer was Verlag Johannes
Jonathan Noon - 09/01/2022
Verlag in German means Edition, it is printed in every Graupner plan, company founded in 1930 by Johannes Graupner in Stuttgart.
pit - 09/01/2022
Got it, thanks. Clearly I need to brush up on my German :)
SteveWMD - 09/01/2022
Ten years ago Graupner had to go down, unfortunately. The name was taken over by a South Korean concern who used to make RC equipment for them. Sic transit gloria mundi.
Miguel - 09/01/2022
For me Verlag is the German word for publisher or publishing house. Probably Johannes wanted to take advantage of the special copyright laws for publishers in Germany.
Armin - 12/01/2022
Verlag means 'publisher'. If you look at the black stripe at the bottom of the plan, you will see the translation. I guess they called themselves a publisher as they also sold hobby books.
Chris P - 14/01/2022
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