CB 32 (oz5134)
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C.B.32. Towline glider.
Quote: "Hi Steve, Another CB for Outerzone: the CB 32. Hope we get one day the entire collection. I found the plan on the Retroplane forum and have cleaned it a little bit. Cheers,"
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User comments...something caught my eye that wasn't just right. In this plan, there is a photo of a model in the bones, and it didn't match the drawings in a major way. The photo shows a wing with two spar sets, each actually with upper and lower spars. The plan only shows one. Nice looking built-up FF glider... Maybe the photo is a different glider from the same designer.
PeterGregory - 20/01/2015
Good catch. If anyone can send in a different photo for this model that would be great.
SteveWMD - 20/01/2015
Not as much a correction as an observation: The picture is the same as the one on the CB 29 (oz8350) which does have the two spars in the wing. Noticed it when I just put CB in the search.
TrevorH - 16/09/2019
I realized this glider in 1965 and it flyed well. I can put you a photo of this achieved glider. See you soon, Yves
Missana Yves - 27/10/2020
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