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Discussion in 'Internet Finds' started by Texman, Feb 23, 2006.
one more shot
last one for today
Are those wheels <gasp> black?? really though it looks excellent
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.
Thank you Richard!!!
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
Reuschke's purple and green machine
and finally 210/16.
I sent the rest of the pictures to CardPlane and hope they will be placed there soon.
Very nice! These sure are some great planes!
Beautiful models, Richard. I especially like the way the props came out.
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!
Richard, very very neat planes!!!
As Bengt says, photos of your planes are inspiration to us building these planes!
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.
Here´s the link: