CB 34 (oz5059)
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CB 34. Simple 1m glider model.
Quote: "...to expand the Chalange & Bonnet range: CB34 FF contest glider from 1941."
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Update 25/02/2021: Added printwood scans, thanks to Olivier Aubard.
Quote: "Hello, I bought a 1959 CB 34 box on the internet. Here are two photos of the cutting boards. Very thick wood. Double the thickness of the plan. Olivier ;-)"
Note this is a later vector drawing. For a scan of the original C&B plan, see CB 34 (oz13362).
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User commentsHello Steve, there are two mistakes on this plan. A rib is missing on the rear stabilizer. The two central ribs correspond to the width of the fuselage. At the front of the fuselage, there is a "vertical spar" that is also missing against the east cargo hold. Kind regards,
Olivier - 05/09/2021
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