Jodel D.140 Mousquetaire
1958
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Jodel D.140 Mousquetaire

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mike hallam, 17.11.2012

Dave Wise in England has made a major study of all the Jodel aeroplanes which are loved in the UK as a most efficient light a/c. Good for touring and grass strip use.
He has a web page, currently being reformed carrying a wealth of information. The LAA UK administer Permits to Fly.
I flew a CEA Dijon built Jodel 1051 with 105 CV Potez 4E 20A for twenty years. Home & several factories built them.
Others e.g. 119, 118, 90, 100, 105, 150, 1050, DR400, etc. etc.

mali, 18.06.2011

If I recall correctly, the original Jodel used surplus VW engines from German WW-II military stock at the ende of the war.

, 18.06.2011

A VW .

Wm. H Kreps, 28.02.2011

I built a JODEL D-9 V W Powered,single seater. It was a joy to fly. I lived in Long Beach California at that time. My Jodel was hangered at CHINO, Cal. air port.

ERIC CLUTTON, 03.01.2011

The VW powered Jodel was single place. Very Light. I flew one with a 1200 VW and it went very well. Many versions of the two place. I had a 117A with a Continental C.90. Bought in Tangier . Spoilers under the wing really killed the lift for X-wind landings..

DENIS WILLEMIN, 28.10.2010

DISCULP , BUT THE PROPULSER WHERE AN ROLLS ROYCE AND NOT
A VW .

DENIS WILLEMIN, 28.10.2010

COMENT NOT AVAILABLE .
EXIST OTHERS MODELS : 110 / 112 / 117 / 120 / PETIT PRINCE
AND OTHER Y FORGOT .I am a french pilot ( 62 YEARS OLD )who know of THE PRIVATE FLIGTH IN EUROPE .
THANKS

Doug Rodrigues, 13.03.2010

If I recall correctly, the original Jodel used surplus VW engines from German WW-II military stock at the ende of the war.

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