Plan No. MW3324 This is a 1:4 scale, (3.75 m) model from 2 large superbly detailed plan sheets featuring built up fuselage with foam wings and has airbrakes fitted with options for aero-tow hook-up. Not for beginners.
WLM-1 Plan No. MW2485 A 1:4 scale (3.5m) design ofthe Swiss sailplanel. The construction is prettystraight forward and should present no problem for anexperienced modeller.
Eon Olympia 465 Plan No. MW3057 this 1:4 (3.75 m) scale model with side-by-side seating. Constructed from all balsa and plywood,and suitable forf lyers with aileron and rudder experience.
SCHNEIDER ES-65 PLATYPUS Plan No. M3126 A dual-seat training glider by Edward Snhneider and constructed to 1:5 scale (3.66m) model using photographs and information of the only constructed aircraft.
PZL-SWIDNIK PW-5 SMYK Plan No. M3150 A single-seat modern Polish glass-ship developed by theTechnical University ofWarsaw and firs tflew in 1992.Replicated to 30% scale (4 m)
Racek 3 Plan No. M3126 A is a 4.65 meter (30%) scale model model of the gull wing glider built in 1937 in the Czech Republic
Schweizer SGU 1-7 Plan No. M3302 American Vintage Sailplane modelled to a span of 4 m
Fauvel AV48 Plan No. M3302 This is a 4 m span model of the French single-seat tailless self-launching sailplane of the 1960's.
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SG-1 is a 13.9m sailplane being developed in New Zealand. Vic Steel's 1/4 scale model spans 3.5 metres and weighs just over 3 kg. With 5-functions, the construction is from all wood using traditional building methods from 2 large plan sheets, and is a superb flyer. Not for beginners. WEIGHT: 3 kg SCALE: 1:4 WING SPAN: 137¾” / 3.5 m