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This model is built near to scale, fully textured and has a detailed cockpit. The canopy can be opened. The ailerons, elevator, and rudder are animateable. We also have introduced a set of standard wing tips installed and extra winglet wing tips in the event you would like to use them. This model comes with all the materials and textures shown here. The model is also provided here in several different formats for your immediate downloading.
The DG-200 is a sailplane of the 15 meter class built by Glaser-Dirks beginning in 1977. Wingtip extensions were added in 1978 making a second version with a 17 meter class wing. A total of 192 DG-200 were built. Some later models were built with a carbon fiber spar. The DG-200 was also the version that would be used to build the DG-400 motor glider.