| Slingsby Capstan ： ウィキペディア英語版|
The Slingsby T.49 Capstan is a British two-seat glider of the 1960s built by Slingsby Sailplanes as a replacement for their earlier Type 42 Eagle. It is a high-winged monoplane of wooden construction, the last two-seat wooden glider built by Slingsby,〔"(Slingsby )", www.sailplanedirectory.com. Retrieved 21 March 2009.〕 intended for both training and general club flying. Side-by-side seats for the two pilots are accommodated in an enclosed cockpit with a one-piece perspex canopy. The prototype T.49A first flew in 1961, and it entered production as the T.49B in 1963.〔 Taylor 1969, p.550.〕 Thirty-four Capstans were built,〔 one of which was fitted with an auxiliary engine with the designation T.49C Powered Capstan.
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