Jolly (oz7668)


Jolly (oz7668) from Graupner - plan thumbnail

About this Plan

Graupner Jolly. Free flight glider model. 1145mm span.

Quote: "Hi Steve/Mary, here is the plan from a Graupner FF model Jolly. Don't know more about the modell but I build it in the 70s. regards,"

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Update 24/05/2016: added instructions for Graupner Pylon engine mount for Filou/Jolly/Dandy gliders.

Quote: "Found this engine pylon for 3 German Graupner gliders. Some one out there might want to replicate this original for his glider. It's for the cox 0,49 baby bee engine. The printed plywood is 1,5 mm, the printed balsa 4 mm, the aluminium plate 1 mm."

Supplementary file notes

Decals zipfile.
Instructions for Graupner Pylon engine mount.


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Jolly (oz7668) from Graupner - model pic

  • (oz7668)
    from Graupner (ref:4215)
    45in span
    Glider F/F
    all formers complete :)
  • Submitted: 23/04/2016
    Filesize: 560KB
    Format: • PDFbitmap
    Credit*: Achim55

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Enclosed photo of my Graupner Jolly (oz7668), modified to R/C [more pics 003].
HansPetterStue_Norway - 04/09/2019
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