The Kl.107 low-wing, wooden-framed monoplane trainer was designed in Germany during World War II. Early versions were powered
by the Hirth HM 500 100hp engine, and only a small number were completed before the factory was erased by Allied
bombing. In 1956 it was decided to reintroduce the Kl-107 as a civil training/touring type, initially as the Kl-107B, but then as the three-seat Kl-107C. Rights to the design were acquired by what became the MBB consortium, and the final version became the Bo.207.
| ENGINE||1 x 150hp Continental O-320|
| Wingspan||10.80 m||35 ft 5 in|
| Length||8.30 m||27 ft 3 in|
| Max. speed||234 km/h||145 mph|
| Range||820 km||510 miles|
|Kevin Morrow, 08.08.2011|
I've seen one at RNAS Culdrose airday 2011 it looks the same but I never got the name. I could send you 4 photos of it.
I don't know him nor do I know where the plane is now.
|Gene Hooker, 02.12.2010|
Mr de Klerk's interest in drawings...I have the Graupner wood model kit of Klemm 107, approximately 28" span I think. plans show 3 views and part patterns, or parts can be traced..I would be willing to make copies available
I miss the KL 32 and Kl 35 . KL 35 ELKC I flewseveral times end of June 1939 at Straubing A/B school. The KL 32 KabinenKlemm(4 seater) years later when I took staff officer from Befehkshaber Mitte Berlin cross country -F.Ion July the 15th 1941 from Berlin to Bremen -Deelen(Holland); Werneuchen Berlin
|Fritz Fauser, 08.03.2010|
Reading the article about the Kl 107 I was wondering where the author got the info that the Klemm factory was destroyed by Allied bombing. I was an apprentice at Hanns Klemm Flugzeugbau in Boeblingen from 1943 until drafted into service early in 1945, and at time the factory was still intact and working. After the war IBM had taken over the building since at that time Germany was not allowed to build or have any kind of airplanes..
|G de Klerk, 20.07.2009|
I am looking for more detail of the Klemm Kl107 in Luftwaffe colours if they were used,I am sure they were used,if only a few.3-view drawings s o I can built a scale radio control model.Anybody who can help It will be appreciated or info where to get info
I notice you do not have a photo of a Klemm 35. I have a photo of a 1941 Klemm 35D I took in 1997 which I can send you. The plane does not belong to me and I don't know if the owner would object to you displaying it. I don't know him nor do I know where the plane is now.
Do you have any comments about this aircraft ?