- 43cm x 28cm - High quality Cartograf decals for 4 RAF and 1 USMC aircraft - 295 high quality injection moulded plastic parts - Optional engine cowlings, bombs and early and late production exhaust and fuselage parts - Highly detailed Liberty V12 400hp engine - 10 photo-etched metal detail parts - Fine in scale rib tape detail - Full rigging diagram.
The 3rd release in ?The Duellists? series, includes parts to build 2 (two) models (1x Sopwith F.1 Camel & 1x LVG C.VI) and markings for Australian and German aircraft which met in combat.
-427 high quality injection moulded plastic parts. -18 part highly detailed 130-140hp Clerget 9B/9Bf engine. -21 part 220hp Benz Bz.IV engine. -Sopwith F.1 Camel sprues are identical to 32074 Sopwith F.1 Camel ?Clerget?. -LVG C.VI sprues are similar to 32002 LVG C.VI which sold out in October 2012. -Includes optional diorama accessories. -15 photo-etched metal detail parts including LMG 08/15 ?Spandau? cooling jacket. -32 page fully illustrated instruction manual. -4 high quality Cartograf decal sheets including 4 colour lozenge, rib tapes and markings for 3 aircraft;
A = Sopwith F.1 Camel E7190, HN Kerr (1 shared victory), B Flight 4 Sqn AFC, 9 October 1918. B = Sopwith F.1 Camel E7241, VH Thornton (2 victories, 1 shared), B Flight 4 Sqn AFC, 9 October 1918. C = LVG C.VI 7243/18, Sgt. Greyer & Lt. K?hnke, Flieger Abteilung 13, 9 October 1918.
The legendary Fokker D.VII is widely considered the best German fighter aircraft to emerge from the Great War. In early 1918 the young Jasta pilot's aircraft were no match for the SE.5a, SPAD 13 and Sopwith Camels they faced each day. Fokker’s prototype D.VII made such a great impression at the First Fighter Trials in January-February 1918 that word soon started to leak out about a new Fokker that would once again return air superiority to the Germans. So great was the need for this promising new fighter that, in addition to production at Fokker, Albatros were ordered to manufacture it under license at their Johannisthal (Alb) and Schneidemühl (OAW - Ostdeutsche Albatros Werke) factories, incidentally building more that twice the number of D.VII as Fokker! By the end of the Great War the Fokker D.VII was the main aircraft type equipping the German Jastas. Following the Armistice the Fokker D.VII found its way into numerous countries air forces including Argentina, Belgium, Bulgaria, Czechoslovakia, Denmark, Finland, Hungary, Netherlands, Lithuania, Poland, Romania, Soviet Union, Sweden, Switzerland and the American USAS and USMC.
32067 1/32 Fokker D.VII (Fok) “Early”
-210 high quality injection moulded plastic parts including 19 parts exclusive to the Fokker built D.VII.
-Plastic parts are the same as 32011 Fokker D.VII (Fok) which has been highly sought after since it sold out in 2014.
-Optional Daimler-Mercedes 180hp D.IIIa or 200hp D.IIIau engines.
-Optional engine cowlings, windscreens, gun mounts, propellers and exhaust manifolds.
-8 photo-etched metal detail parts.
-28 page fully illustrated instruction manual.
-Very little rigging is required which means that this a highly suitable introduction to First World War aircraft modelling.
-4 high quality Cartograf decal sheets including 4 & 5 colour lozenge, streaky camouflage and markings for 5 early production aircraft;
A - Fokker D.VII 262/18, Emil Thuy, Jasta 28w, Mid 1918 (35 victories) B - Fokker D.VII, Rudolf Berthold, Jasta 15/JG II, Mid 1918 (44 victories) C - Fokker D.VII, Hugo Schäfer, Jasta 15 (11 victories) & Max Kliefoth, Jasta 19 (3 victories), October 1918 D - Fokker D.VII, Reinhold von Benz Jasta 78b, August 1918 (1 victory) E - Fokker D.VII, Bruno Loerzer, Jasta 26/JG III, November 1918 (44