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Lefervre & Peauger Mobiplane

In the summer of 1977 in France, Camille Lefervre and Philippe Peauger powered a Rogallo flex-wing hang-glider and called it the Mobiplane. Without a trike unit, this single-seat device needed foot-launching and landing and had one Solo 130 cc 5.5 hp engine as a tractor at the front above the wing and a second similar engine used as a pusher below the wing, at the trailing edge. It was described in Pilote Prive in September 1977, but never went on sale.

Engines: 2 x Solo 130 cc, 5.5 hp.
 


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