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Flitzer Article

Jerry

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Just finished reading a nice artilce on Lynn Williams' Z21 Flitzer in the August edition of Kit Planes (the more I read this magazine, the more I like it... lots of articles for the scratch builder in there)


Sound like it'd be a beautiful biplane to build if you're looking for a beautiful handling, WWI era single seater. Constructed mostly of wood... not tubing.


A quote from the artilce that was written by Bob Grimstead "you would never tire of - endlesly challenging to fly accurately, but immensely satisfying when you get things just right, their handling is perfect for the connoisseur. Above all they're just so much fun!"
 

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