Fokker D. VII #EBMFF26 Easy Built Models Balsa Wood Model Airplane Kit Rubber Powered
The Fokker D. VII first appeared over the World War I battlefield in May 1918 and quickly showed its superior performance over Allied fighters. With its high rate of climb, higher ceiling, and excellent handling characteristics, the German pilots were able to score 565 victories over Allied aircraft during August 1918. Designed by Reinhold Platz, Baron Manfred von Richthofen, the famous Red Baron, flew the prototype, designated VII. The Baron found the Fokker easy to fly, able to dive at high speed quickly yet remain steady as a rock, and had good visibility for the pilot.
Kit FF-26 qualifies for Society of Antique Modelers (SAM) competitions and uses the Box and Former method of construction.
This free flight rubber powered kit contains a full-size rolled plan, building and flying instructions, printed balsa wood, hand-picked balsa strip wood, rubber motor, propeller, thrust button, clear plastic for the windshield, wheels, landing gear, and Easy Built Lite tissue in red. You will need a building board, hobby knife, fine sandpaper, and glue.
Class: Stand-off scale
Building Skill / Flying Skill: Experienced / Experienced
This kit is not Laser Cut nor Die Cut. The kit parts are printed on Balsa Wood and need to be cut out.