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Guillow Fokker DR-1 Triplane

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No. 651204

Quick Overview

1/16 scale free flight model of the Fokker DR-1 triplane from World War I. This model features detailed plans, laser cut balsa wood, and a wingspan of 20"

Guillow Fokker DR-1 Triplane


Guillow Fokker DR-1 Triplane

Introduced over the western front in August 1917, the Fokker Triplane soon became the favorite plane of Germany’s greatest World War 1 ace, Baron Manfield von Richthofen. After scoring numerous aerial victories, von Richthofen was shot down in a triplane on April 21, 1918 by Captain Roy Brown of the R.A.F.

The Guillow's Fokker DR-1 Triplane free-flight kit features:

  • Laser-cut balsa wood
  • Includes tissue covering
  • Detailed plans
  • Plastic cowl, wheels, top deck, and propeller
  • Wingspan: 20"
  • Length: 15-1/2"
  • Wing Area: 137 SqIn
  • Rubber band or .020 glow engine power

Requires glue, not included.

Additional Information

SKU 651204
Manufacturer Guillow
Mfr Part Number 204
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