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Robbe Tonga. Radio control sailplane model.
Quote: "Dear Mary and Steve, please find attached the scanned and cleaned plans for the Robbe Tonga. I checked the dimensions, they're well within tolerance. The Tonga was a 2,75m thermal soarer, rudder/elevator only, with rather elegant and scale-like outlines. I got mine in '73, it's actually on the workbench undergoing a complete restoration (what includes correcting some serious youth sins). Seems it's seen a lot of rather eventful groundings. Pictures will follow once the restoration is done and pictures can be made. Best Regards, Hubert"
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Update 27/12/2019: Added kit instructions, thanks to Gait. Includes build pics and full materials list.
Quote: "Dear admin, attached you'll find the user manual of the Robbe Tonga. With this manual the information on OZ8174 is completed, and everyone intrested in the build can do so. Best regards and a happy and fruitfull new year!"
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User commentsHello Oz, attached are 2 pics of my Robbe Tonga, taken 2 years ago [model photo & more pics 003. I got the plane sometime in the 70s, on these pics it's freshly restored using silk, dope and Piper Yellow rattle cans. The cabin is new as well. The empennage is modified, now being smaller, lighter and symmetrically profiled. B/R,
Hubert - 31/10/2019
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