Points:What's the floor to roof around the pax seats? Looks like a pretty big conventional craft. Large bore 6 cyl? Pax look way aft of CG.
THE DREAM MACHINES OF JERRY BLUMENTHAL
Jerry Blumenthal's RATTLER, the result of many years design refinements by this former General Dynamics wind tunnel model builder. He felt the straked front fuselage section would be the key to its success. Note that he used wing-tip mounted spoilers for additional roll and yaw control. The aft portion of the tail cone also split open to provide speed and glide path control. Unfortunately, he passed away before he could complete any radio model testing of the design, since he did plan on building a full scale version for his private use.
If you like the general design, we know Jerry would love for you to take it on as a model or better yet a homebuilt glider. He was not protective of his designs and wanted them to be available to anyone who liked them and would use them for other basic designs. However, this design does not have any detailed drawings (he didn't get that far) so you are on your own if you decide to take it on as a project.
Presented below is a collage of Jerry's other design concepts. As you can see he was very prolific when it came to using pen and ink to express his his dreams of what a flying wing sport plane should look like. Some of these he put into very basic balsa models for hand glide tests and most had flew relatively well. You can also see his RC model mixer for use in very thin wings which uses standard bell cranks available from any hobby shop (this was going to be necessary for his scale Rattler model had he completed it).