New Fokker E-III (okay, several)

Discussion in 'Internet Finds' started by Texman, Feb 23, 2006.

  1. Richard

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    one more

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    last one for today

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  3. cgutzmer

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    Are those wheels <gasp> black?? :p really though it looks excellent
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    Aaargh, you caught me..............:)
    the wheels were already black when I borrowed them from an unfinished project. Only the British version has grey wheels, pics will follow later.
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    Thank you Richard!!!
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    Mission completed, final pics

    Finally got the last wires glued to the Eindeckers and here are a couple of pictures of the results.
    Hope you like them as much as I did building them..........

    first of all the grey 422/15

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    Mission completed, final pics

    Finally got the last wires glued to the Eindeckers and here are a couple of pictures of the results.
    Hope you like them as much as I did building them..........

    first of all the grey 422/15
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    Reuschke's purple and green machine

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    Reuschke's purple and green machine
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    and finally 210/16.
    I sent the rest of the pictures to CardPlane and hope they will be placed there soon.
    Cheers,
    Richard

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    and finally 210/16.
    I sent the rest of the pictures to CardPlane and hope they will be placed there soon.
    Cheers,
    Richard
  12. cgutzmer

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    Very nice! These sure are some great planes!
    Chris
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    Very nice! These sure are some great planes!
    Chris
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    Beautiful models, Richard. I especially like the way the props came out.
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    Beautiful models, Richard. I especially like the way the props came out.
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    First Fokker E.IIIs Finished!

    Very nice, Richard.

    Your three models came out really well.
    Congrats to you for being the first to build the full-scale models which Jim Krauzlis proposed on page 2 of this thread, some time ago.
    Very well done - I especially like the interesting 'British' Fokker-project nr 210/16, which you added to the line at modele-kartonowe.

    Your pictures has been a great inspiration to us all and has certainly contributed in making this thread one of the most visited of all.

    Thanks, Richard, for your never-tiring efforts!

    Best regards,
    Bengt :smile:
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    First Fokker E.IIIs Finished!

    Very nice, Richard.

    Your three models came out really well.
    Congrats to you for being the first to build the full-scale models which Jim Krauzlis proposed on page 2 of this thread, some time ago.
    Very well done - I especially like the interesting 'British' Fokker-project nr 210/16, which you added to the line at modele-kartonowe.

    Your pictures has been a great inspiration to us all and has certainly contributed in making this thread one of the most visited of all.

    Thanks, Richard, for your never-tiring efforts!

    Best regards,
    Bengt :smile:
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    Richard, very very neat planes!!!

    As Bengt says, photos of your planes are inspiration to us building these planes!

    Thanks again!
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    Richard, very very neat planes!!!

    As Bengt says, photos of your planes are inspiration to us building these planes!

    Thanks again!
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    Fokker E.III Diagrams by Dan San Abbott, July 2006

    Hi all Fokker builders,

    I just found something very interesting and probably also very helpful for detailing a Fokker E.III build at The Aerodrome Forum - a set of highly detailed diagrams with the original measurements and placement of the markings, factory plates, etc, by the WW I expert Dan San Abbott.

    HereĀ“s the link:
    http://www.theaerodrome.com/forum/showthread.php?t=26357

    Best,
    Bengt :roll: