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Graupner Mosquito. Electric glider model. Wingspan 250cm.
Quote: "Hi Mary and Steve, today pdf of the Mosquito, one of the first electric gliders. A very good model manufactured by Graupner. I have three, no 14 built in 1975, covered with oracover. No 15 built in 2010 covered with white oracover. The red built in 2015 covered with oracover light [more pics 003-005]. I hope that many people use the pdf. Kind regards, Julien"
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Update 03/05/2018: added kit review from Radio Modeller, April 1976, thanks to RFJ.
Update 20/02/2020: Added decals zipfile, thanks to Patrick Urbain. These are in CDR format (Corel Draw).
Update 02/06/2020: Added kit instructions (in English), thanks to Reinhard Lehmann.
Update 29/07/2020: Added kit instructions (in German), thanks to Reinhard Lehmann.
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Materials list, 4 pages.
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User commentsHello, here is a picture of my new Graupner mosquito [see more pics 006-007] built in 2017 with a 'retro'-transmitter. Best regards
Oliver S. from Germany
Oliver S - 04/09/2019
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- Mosquito (oz8460)
- Plan File Filesize: 862KB Filename: Mosquito_Graupner_oz8460.pdf
- Supplement Filesize: 3412KB Filename: Mosquito_Graupner_oz8460_decals.zip
- Supplement Filesize: 4547KB Filename: Mosquito_Graupner_oz8460_instructions.pdf
- Supplement Filesize: 2778KB Filename: Mosquito_Graupner_oz8460_instructions_de.pdf
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- Supplement Filesize: 1569KB Filename: Mosquito_Graupner_oz8460_review.pdf
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