AW11605   Albatros D.III
The Albatros D.III first appeared over the front in January 1917. Sleek in design and armed with twin Spandau machine guns, the D.III quickly gained air control over the western front. Dubbed the " Vee strutter"   by British airman, the D.III would soon make history for the german air force in the month of April.  It would later become known as Bloody April by the British pilots due to the high number of losses they encountered.
Kit Features:

*  22 - 5/16"   wingspan
*  Box and former Fuselage Construction
*  28 x 30  Detailed Cad Drawn Plans on a CD ( to be printed by the builder )
*  147 Laser Cut  Balsa Parts
*  Laser Etched Strip Stock
*  Laser Cut balsa wheels
*  Laser Cut Balsa Spinner Parts
*  Laser Cut Spandau Machine Gun Jackets
*  Laser Cut Engine Parts and Wheel Covers
*  Laser Cut Prop and Cockpit Cover
*  Printable Ink Jet Marking sheet  ( furnished on the CD )

  ( Builder provides powerplant & Covering Material )

Price:  $ 30.00
Frame work of the D.III - Built by Dave Cowell