This glider was built from the kit produced by John Copeland of Composite Scale Models, South Australia. Composite fuselage and rudder. Foam cored wings sheeted with thin ply by vacuum bagging and foam core tailplane sheeted with balsa. The model is unflown but incorporates learnings from another modeller's flights. Ailerons, airbrakes and rudder are all controlled by Turnigy TGY-A55H alloy case digital 8.6kg.cm @6V dual ball bearing metal geared wing servos. Tow release is a 30kg.cm @6V Futaba servo. The tow release is not in the nose but further under the cockpit to make launching easier with a tug plane as per full size. The aluminium wing joiner has been filled with carbon fibre tows and resin so that it can't bend. The sprung undercarriage is a practical departure from scale. The kit had the main wheel fixed mounted. The fuselage and rudder are painted in Dulon, colour matched to the decals and Oracover with a gloss clearcoat. Wings and tailplane are covered in Oracover. Decals are vinyl. The model weighs 5.2kg but will need noseweight. Final fit-out with receiver, batteries switches etc are left to the buyer's preferences. I can supply a packet of foundry sand for the buyer to make an impression of the nose to be able to fill with lead. The cast lead weight can be epoxied into the nose. The Fox is fully aerobatic. See Youtube for Fox models fitted with a turbine. The full size is rated +9 -6G the same as a MiG-29 fighter. The CD-ROM that came with the model and a printed copy of the contents are included. Also the Flugzeugtypen Volume 6 Sailplanes that includes a writeup of the MDM-1 Fox and an AH Designs 1/5 scale glider pilot in red top and white slacks. One photo shows the model with excellent padded wing bags made locally. The model has a cradle for transport. Clevises engage in brass bushings. Can be delivered to any point on SH1 between Wellington and Tokoroa in NZ. Can be plywood crated for delivery to Australia at cost. Price expressed in NZD.