Roger Druine built his first aircraft in 1938 at the age of 17, and built a single-seat cabin monoplane, the Aigle, in 1948. His 1950 single-seat D.31 Turbulent was produced in small number by Rollason Aircraft & Engines and Stark Flugzeugbau, and remains available in plans form for home construction. Rollason also built the 1954 two-seat D.60 Condor (plans available). Also remaining available in plans form is D.5 Turbi two-seater, first flown 1951, as a development of Turbulent.

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D.31 Turbulent
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