Pjerri 75 (oz7634)

 

Pjerri 75 (oz7634) by Boerge Hansen from DMI 1953 - plan thumbnail

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Pjerri 75. A/1 glider model. Wingspan 1020mm.

Quote: "A1 glider from around 1953 designed by Boerge Hansen. It was kited by 'Dansk Modelflyve Industri' see DMI catalog [see more pics]. In my early teens I tried to build one, but failed and now, 45 years later only the tailplane is left. All in Danish. Regards, Karsten."

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Update 22/04/2016: Replaced this plan. Previous version had some details on the tailplane (and the title block) missing.

Supplementary file notes

Kit instructions. 5 pages. Danish language. Includes parts list and a further page showing some traced formers.

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Pjerri 75 (oz7634) by Boerge Hansen from DMI 1953 - model pic

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  • (oz7634)
    Pjerri 75
    by Boerge Hansen
    from DMI
    1953 
    40in span
    Glider F/F Kit
    clean :)
    all formers complete :)
  • Submitted: 13/04/2016
    Filesize: 225KB
    Format: • PDFbitmap
    Credit*: Karsten

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User comments

Hi! About Pjerri 75: The constructors name was Boerge Hansen. And the model was named Pjerri because Boerge's nickname as a child was Pjerri. (All of his models were named Pjerri with a number).
Josef - 21/04/2016
Thanks, have changed this listing now.
SteveWMD - 21/04/2016
Hi, I built one when I was eleven years old. I remember that as a eleven year old boy I found it to fly fantastic after it was properly trimmed. I towed it first running and than walking it to altitude with a 50 m line. It was great fun then. Regards.
Werner - 23/04/2016
I built a Pjerri somewhere in the 50's when I was 10... I think it was slightly bigger, like 1.20 m span, but I can't be sure. Anyway it flew and thermalled great, and was pretty undestructible (there was little balsa in the structure).
Bart - 25/11/2021
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