+Brent Burzycki this one, I have no idea… what is it?
+Bon Vili makes sense, but I just don't know this model.
+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
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.
+Luis Oliveira thank you for that Luis, I wondered what happened to the Horten brothers after the war,,It's a beautiful machine.
Horten style training glider?
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