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Tipsy S2

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About the model
A peanut by Gustaf Enebog, built in traditional balsa and tissue technique. It is a good flyer, and won the peanut class at the 2007 Swedish Indoor Champs.


About the origial
The Tipsy S2 was a Belgian lightplane from the mid thirties, designed by E.O. Tips. It was powered by a 30-40 hp engine, and 19 aircrafts were built by Avions Tipsy. The one modelled was flown in Sweden, and is preserved at Svedinos Museum.

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