Plan - 1100 Darmstadt D-30 Cirrus
The Darmstadt D-30 Cirrus glider plan is 1/5-scale size. It is designed after the Akaflieg's Darmstadt D-30 Cirrus, which was an aerodynamically advanced single-seat sailplane with a very high aspect ratio wing married to a pod-and-boom type fuselage. It was built in Germany just before World War II, and was intended as a record breaker and duly set a new world out-and-return distance record in 1938.... The model has a wingspan of 158 inches when finished. It is a built-up balsa, plywood and spruce model, with miscellaneous hardware required.