11/15/2006. Remarks by Helmut
Hillenbrand: "The JOB 15-150 was designed by Fritz Birkner
in 1960 and 23 have been built by Josef Oberlerchner Holzindustrie
at Spittal an der Drau, Kärnten, Austria. Constructed of steel and
wood the three-seat aircraft is powered by an 150 hp Lycoming O-320
A 2B engine. The prototype (OE-VAL c/n 51) made its maiden flight
late in 1960, the last JOB 15 (c/n 73) was delivered in 1966.
Built and registered D-EJHO in 1965 this is one of several JOB 15s
built or converted to a four-seater, designated as JOB 15-150/2.
In February 1966 it has briefly been registered in Denmark as
Owner Otto Boehm from Freiburg, Germany, supplied this photo. He
spent 5000 hours to rebuilt the aircraft.
Wingspan: 33 ft 1.5 in (10.10 m)
Wing area: 158.2 sq.ft (14.70 sq.m)
Length: 25 ft 2.5 in (7.68 m)
Height: 6 ft 6.5 in (1.99 m)
Empty weight: 1,314 lb (596 kg)
Gross weight: 2,127 lb (965 kg)
Speed: 146 mph (205 kmh)