1/48 Hütter Hü-136 Stubo 1 (Tropical, Slovak, Romanian) Paper Model
This model is a repaint of Thai Paperwork – Nobi’s model.
Hütter Hü-136 Stubo 1 was a proposal of a dive bombers and ground-attack aircraft design developed by Ulrich and Wolfgang Hütter, who were glider designers. Stubo 1 supposed to be a single-seater with the flight capabilities of a fighter but armoured and with a 500 kg (1,100 lb) bombload. The Hü 136 design was highly innovative, with the pilot sitting far to the rear of the aircraft, his cockpit forming part of the vertical tail surface. To help save weight and thus increase range, a conventional landing gear arrangement was dispensed with; instead, take off was accomplished with a trolly that could be jettisoned upon take off. Landing was to be on a belly skid after the propeller was blown off and lowered by parachute for recovery and later reuse. The designs were not picked up for a development contract by the RLM.
Model 8 Pages, includes;
Photographic Cover Page,
4 Pages of Cardstock Parts (4 liveries)
Degree of Difficulty: 2/5.