Mistral (oz9554)


Mistral (oz9554) by Georg Friedrich 1960 - plan thumbnail

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Mistral. Radio control sailplane model for 3 channels.

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Quote: "G'Evenin' Mary & Steve! Here is the glider Mistral from SMB, sold by SMB-Technik, later at Alexander Engel KG http://engel-modellbau.eu/ They worked together on several models. Span 2.64m, longitude 1.38, weight 1500-1700g, rudder, elevator and spoilers recommended. If anybody had so much money for so many functions in 1960 ;-) Georg Friedrich was said to be the designer, he often did vortex lobes in these times on his a li'l bit sophisticated gliders. Also the instruction booklet is written in his language (German), so it might be him... Patrick"

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Kit instructions (in German). Includes detailed materials list.


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Mistral (oz9554) by Georg Friedrich 1960 - model pic

  • (oz9554)
    by Georg Friedrich
    from SMB
    104in span
    Glider R/C Kit
    clean :)
    all formers complete :)
  • Submitted: 09/12/2017
    Filesize: 1725KB
    Format: • PDFbitmap
    Credit*: Patrick
    Downloads: 1976

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User comments

Hello, The Mistral model was actually designed by my father Georg Friedrich in the early 1960s and published as a plan in the FMT. The model was then brought onto the market as a construction kit by the Engel company. For the time, it was a model that was way ahead of its time and very modern. It would certainly appeal to many model builders today. Kind regards to everyone,
Wolfgang Friedrich - 08/11/2023
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