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Schweizer SA 2-31
Schweizer developed a line of gliders starting in World War II. The 2-31 was not intended to be a motor glider, but rather a light aircraft utilizing some glider and sailplane technologies, common parts with other Schweizer designs and an affordable price as a result of using smaller powerplants.
A two-seat version of the 1-30, the Schweizer SA 2-31 first flew in July 1960 but not put into production due to competition in the light aircraft market. No further motorgliders were built by the company until 1982.
Schweizer SA 2-31
Wingspan: 36 ft (11 m)
Length: 21 ft (6.4 m)
Crew: one
Capacity: one passenger

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