It has been almost three weeks of continual rain except for today. I grabbed ESSO Nr.2, bungee launch set, drone, and head to the airfield nearby to test and practice launch by 80/20 bungee.
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Sunday flying at Mühlethurnen
// Stanley J. Stembera // Events Tags: Esso, MG Bern, Mühlethurnen No Responses
Just one day after the MECA event in Oberbalm, Sunday the 2nd of June last year, we have met us again at Mühlethurnen. Sunshine, gentle breeze and pleasant temperature promised to be a nice day for flying again.
ESSO – interesting points found during building
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For those who are thinking about to build this famous glider, here are some points that could be taken into account.
ESSO – Swiss glider by Arnold Degen (maiden flight)
// Stanley J. Stembera // Aircraft, Workshop Tags: Arnold Degen, Esso, Glider, MG Bern, Mühlethurnen No Responses
It has been quite a while ago we brought a short building report. I built two ESSO models since that time and now it is high time to get one of this glider in the air.
ESSO – Swiss glider by Arnold Degen (building the fuselage)
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The famous Swiss vintage glider known as ESSO was designed by Arnold Degen in 1941 as a promotional model for the European branch of Exxon. I have chosen this model as another vintage project for incoming season which is close and will be actual in a few weeks sometime.