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Kapitan - completed model photo more pics (12)

by Karl-Heinz Denzin
from Graupner (ref:1702)
43in span
Tags: IC F/F Biplane
all formers complete :)

Submitted to Outerzone: 14/08/2016
Outerzone planID: oz7975 | Filesize: 1012KB | Format: • PDFbitmap | Credit*: Gianni, Pino


About this Plan

Kapitaen - Free flight sport biplane model. 1080mm wingspan. For .06 cu ins engine.

Quote: - "The Kapitan is the conclusion of a series of sports models that began with the high wing Cadet and continued with the low wing Tourist. The experience gained with the previous models was incorporated in this design and so construction is extremely simple and rugged. The model flew straight off the board and didn't require any alterations. This should be proof enough of the inherent stability of this particular biplane layout. The Kapitan is the most stable of the 184 models I have built in 25 years..."

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Supplementary files

Sheet 3 (large file) with intructions in both German and English, and assembly photos.


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User comments

Hi Mary and Steve... Wonderful set of plans and instructions by the Great Karl-Heinz Denzin... So typically German... Cheers
Pascal - 21/08/2016
Hallo Mary, hallo Steve, the restoration has just finished in time. This year we are celebrating "60 years of Graupner Kaptain". I think my model is 25 years old [more pics 005-009]. When the weather is better, I send pictures in flight.
BernhardDittmann - 31/01/2017
The snow is gone. Our flying field looks like a swimming pool. Here are some pictures of the first flight [more pics 010-014]. The plane flies very well.
BernhardDittmann - 06/02/2017
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