The Fournier RF-4D was the first ever mass-produced motor-glider. Designed in the early 1960s by a French artist, musician, and sculptor Rene Fournier, as his personal high-efficiency aeroplane, it was refined in stages before going into production in Germany, where around 250 were built in the late 1960s.

The fabric-covered airframe is entirely built of wood, mildly aerobatic and remarkably strong, being designed to withstand 13g, and tested to 13.8g.


The OO-JLB had been inactive for a number of years before R.A.R was contacted to dismantle the aircraft and transport it to their workshops for a complete restoration.





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