“Needs restoration” Briegleb 1967 The Briegleb BG 12 is a single seat sailplane of wooden.
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The Briegleb BG-12 is a single-seat sailplane of wooden construction developed in the United States in the 1950s. It was marketed for homebuilding in plans or kit form, with over 350 sets of plans selling by 1978. The BG-12 is a conventional sailplane design, with a high cantilever wing and a conventional empennage. Later models featured a highly revised fuselage, a swept-forward tail fin, and an all flying tailplane with balance tabs. Crew: One pilot Length: 21 ft 11 in (6.68 m) Wingspan: 50 ft 0 in (15.24 m) Height: 4 ft 0 in (1.22 m) Wing area: 141 ft2 (13.1 m2) Aspect ratio: 17.7 Empty weight: 500 lb (227 kg) Gross weight: 900 lb (409 kg) Performance Maximum speed: 135 mph (217 km/h) Maximum glide ratio: 34 Rate of sink: 136 ft/min (0.7 m/s)In all original condition, needs restoration, Made of wood, it has no gauges other then oxygen,everything else is there. estate find, no history, no logs, what you see in the pics is what you get. Canopy cracked all over, but opens and closes nice. I will allow two week for pick up as long as balance is paid after auction ends. It is easy to load on trailer as it has the wings. removed already. The wings have custom rolling dolly"s, as well as a rolling dolly for the fuselage. any question just ask. I am happy to provide a bill of sale. Current date: 2020-01-07
| Make: || Briegleb || Model Year: || 1967 |