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Viper. Towline glider model.
Quote: "The Viper Flying Wing, by JT Holmes.
You don't have to be an expert tobiuld or adjust this flying wing. If built according to the instructions and properly adjusted you may be sure to place at your next contest. The drawings are one hald size, except the wing rib. It will only require a ruler and protractor to make them full size.
After a full size plan is drawn up, rub soap on it in order to keep the frame from sticking to the paper. Cut out one rib..."
Quote:- "Hi Everyone - These are scans directly from my issue of AIR WORLD JULY 1945 of the VIPER flying wing towline glider... The designer is J.T. Holmes. Enjoy,"
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by Jay T Holmes
from Air World
all formers complete :)
got article :)
Found online 21/01/2014 at:
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