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Model features In development, hopefully for release in 2018 - 31cm x 22cm - Fokker E.II with external ammunition storage - High quality Cartograf decal sheet for Fokker E.II 37/15 - 129 high quality injection moulded plastic parts (same as sold out model 32018 Fokker E.II/E.III Early) - 11 photo-etched metal detail parts - Highly detailed 18 part Oberursel U.1 engine -  4 part 54mm (1/32) resin Max Immelmann figure - Fine in scale rib tape detail - Full rigging diagrams
Wingspan:Length:Max Weight:Max Speed:
10.05m (32.97ft) 7.25m (23.78ft) 604kg (1330lb) 150kph (94mph)
No Manufactured:Production:Engine:Ceiling:
60 approx (E.II & E.III Early) August 1915 – October 1915 100hp Oberursel U.1 Unconfirmed
Armament:
7.92mm (0.311in) lMG 08 ‘Spandau’ machine gun
References:
Fokker E.III Windsock Datafile 15, PM Grosz, 1989 - Fokker E.1/II Windsock Datafile 91, PM Grosz, 2002 – Windsock Datafile Fokker Eindecker Compendiom 2, Josef Scott 2012– Avions Allemands Zeppelins et Moteurs, Jean Lagorgette 1917 (www.association14-18.org) – Early German Aces of World War 1, Osprey, Greg VanWyngarden, 2006 – The Blue Max Airmen Volume 1, Lance Bronnenkant 2012 – Fokker Eindecker in Action, Squadron Signal, D.Edgar Brannon, 1996 - The Vintage Aviator Ltd - 1914-18 Aviation Heritage - Private Collections