DPCM 120     Fokker EV/DVIII
The E-V/DVIII was the last single seat fighter produced by Fokker in the closing weeks
of WW-1.  The first production aircraft, E-V's, suffered from wing failures due to poor
workmanship of the wing assemblies.  The wing was redesigned and production aircraft were now designated as D-VIII's.  Nicknamed "Flying Razor" by British airmen because
of the clean appearance when viewed head on, the D-VIII's of the old Richthofen Circus
scored Germanys last victories in the air on November 6 1918 when 3 Spads were shot
down in a dogfight.

Our kit (DPCM 120) Preserves this outstanding German fighter in miniature which also
features an all wire strut assembly. Designed for Rubber Powered flight for either indoors or out.
Kit Features:

*   16" wingspan
*   Box and Former Fuselage Construction
*   2 - 11 x 17 CAD drawn  Plan Sheets
*   87 Laser Cut Parts
*   Laser Etched Strip Stock
*   Parts ID Sheet
*   Laser Cut Built up Balsa Cowling
*   Laser Cut WW-1 Style  wheels
*   Inkjet Generated marking sheet
*   Prop Pattern furnished on plan

( Builder provides powerplant and covering material )

Price: $ 18.00
Model by Wayne Nagy