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Jodel-Robin DR10


Pierre Robin, then a young flying instructor, wanted to build a 3 seater version of the D11 capable of carrying his wife and son. He found an unused Jodel D.10 glider wing lying in a hangar at a nearby airfield, bought the D10 wing from Delemontez for the price of the wood alone, and started building what became known as the Jodel-Robin. He built a fuselage, based on a scale-up version of the Jodel D.11, around this wing, resulting in the DR 10. After many refinements, the final production version an aircraft powered by a Continental C-90 and able to carry three people rolled out as the DR100.


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