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20 Jun 2016 admin In G+ Posts

Comments: 17

  1. Daniel Kuciel 20 Jun 2016 Reply

    +Brent Burzycki​ this one, I have no idea… what is it?

  2. Bon Vili 20 Jun 2016 Reply

    Trainer,,

  3. Luis Oliveira 20 Jun 2016 Reply

    Argentina !!!!!!!

  4. Daniel Kuciel 20 Jun 2016 Reply

    +Bon Vili makes sense, but I just don't know this model.

  5. Bon Vili 20 Jun 2016 Reply

    +Daniel Kuciel well it's not powdered the aircraft in the background has the same marking , I've never seen one , but it looks German

  6. Luis Oliveira 20 Jun 2016 Reply

    I.Ae. 34 Clen Antú (1949), sometimes known as the Horten XVa after its designer Reimar Horten, was a two-seat tailless glider built in Argentina. Two single-seat variants competed unsuccessfully in the 1952 World Gliding Championships.

  7. Bon Vili 20 Jun 2016 Reply

    +Luis Oliveira thank you for that Luis, I wondered what happened to the Horten brothers after the war,,It's a beautiful machine.

  8. David Cheng 20 Jun 2016 Reply

    👍

  9. Bill Currie 20 Jun 2016 Reply

    Horten style training glider?

  10. Damian Reyes 20 Jun 2016 Reply

    Cool

  11. Violet Crane 20 Jun 2016 Reply

    Cool

  12. Snoopy Brown 22 Jun 2016 Reply

    Wow!!!
    It's cool

  13. Zahid Khan 23 Jun 2016 Reply

    Superb

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  15. Tiberius Szoke 17 Jul 2016 Reply

    Outstanding looks

  16. kevin bowman 4 Aug 2016 Reply

    Mo

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