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Fokker Dr.I Triplane 1/48th
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The Fokker Dr. I was the most legendary aircraft of the First World War, although only about 300 machines were ever built. The most important contribution to the creation of this legend was made by Cavalry Captain Manfred Baron von Richthofen, who, with 80 victories in the air, was the most successful fighter pilot of the First World War and whose planes were painted red. This redlivery was the reason why his English adversaries called him the Red Baron. On 21st April 1918 von Richthofen was killed when his plane was shot down at low altitude by Australian machine gunners. Although influenced by the design of theBritish Sopwith triplane, the Fokker was a completely independent design. The Dr. I was extremely manoeuvrable and was flown by many experienced pilots.
- Surface details
- Detailed cockpit with seat and control panel
- 2 MGs and ammunition boxes
- Cockpit with side tubular space frame
- Detailed radial engine
- Separate ailerons
- Movable propeller

Decals for 2 versions:
- Fokker Dr. I of Jagdgeschwader 1 flown by Rittmeister Manfred Freiherr von Richthofen on his last Mission 21. April 1918
- Fokker Dr. I of Jasta 6, Léchelle. France, flown by Leutnant Ludwig Beckmann March 1918
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Fokker Dr.I Triplane 1/48th

Fokker Dr.I Triplane 1/48th model kitset
NZ $56.00
incl GST
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