32033 ICM 1/32 German training aircraft Bücker Bü 131A
the Bücker Bü 131 "Youngman" ("Young man") was a German basic training aircraft of the 1930s that was used by the Luftwaffe during world war II.< / p> < p>after serving with Kaiserliche Marine in world war I, Karl Buecker moved to Sweden, where he became managing Director of Svenska Aero AB (not to be confused with Svenska Aeroplan AB, SAAB). He later returned to Germany with Anders J. Andersson, a young designer from SAAB. Bücker Flugzeugbau GmbH was founded in Berlin-Johannistal, in 1932, and the first aircraft to begin production was the Bü 131 Jungmann.< / p> < p>Although it was the first production type produced by Bücker Flugzeugbau, the Bü 131A was the last biplane built in Germany. It had two open cabs in tandem and a fixed landing gear. The fuselage was a steel tube covered with fabric and metal, the wings of wood and fabric. It first flew an 80 HP (60 kW) Hirth HM60R.< / p>
in 1936 it was followed by the Bü 131B with a 105 HP (78 kW) Hirth 504A-2.< / p>
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