What is this model?

Help can anyone identify this model? http://www.mjp.co.uk/model%20aircraft/fkw/index.html
Best Regards,
Martin www.mjp.co.uk
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Martin John Painter wrote:

Don't know what it is, but the reason for the underslung fin is to allow the tail to go up 45 degrees without having to pivot the fin as well. Dethermaliser.

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The Natural Philosopher wrote:

... implying its free flight, or was, rather; and at this size, maybe a Nordic A-1 towline glider.     It does have that 1950s maybe kind of look, but the fuselage complete with a compartment suitable for radio says it was designed for a simple radio installation, like rudder only. The low fin is advantageous for one reason at least- when you use rudder, you get positive roll coupling, not a bad thing, but easy to damage.             Paul
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