Druine D.62 Condor
A later and larger successor to the D.31 Turbulent of 1951, the D.62 Condor was similarly a low-wing, wooden-framed monoplane available as a licence built product or as a home build from plans. The D.62 was, like the D.31, built under licence by Rollason in the UK from 1961. Variants include versions converted for glider towing.
Engine: 1 x 75hp Continental A 75
Max take-off weight: 669 kg / 1475 lb
Wingspan: 8.72 m / 28 ft 7 in
Length: 6.95 m / 22 ft 10 in
Height: 1.75 m / 5 ft 9 in
Cruise speed: 160 km/h / 99 mph
Range: 627 km / 390 miles
Engine: Continental O-200, 100hp.