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Fokker DR.1 Triplane 1/24 scale Airplane Model
In the picture from the internet, it does not come with a stand like that. The stand comes under the plane.
The Fokker Dr.1 is a World War I fighter aircraft manufactured by Fokker-Flugzeugwerke.
The Fokker Dr.1 was designed by Reinhold Platz and became widespread in 1918. On August 28, 1917, the only machines to receive the F.1 designation were two pre-production tri-planes with serial number 102/17 and 103/17 and arrived at Markebee. These two aircraft were identical to the F.1 except for the addition of wingtip skids. The Dr.1 offered remarkable maneuverability and initial rate of climb. The Dr.1 has a crew of one. It has a maximum speed of 115 mph and a range of 185 mi.
After World War I, there were very few tri-planes which survived the Armistice. A tri-plane with a serial number 528/17 was retained as a testbed by the Deutschen Versuchsanstalt fur Luftfahrt (German Aviation Institute). In the late 1930s, a tri-plane with serial number 528/17 was believed to have crashed. During World War II, a tri-plane with serial number 152/17 obtained three kills and became the centerpiece of Germany's new aviation museum in Berlin. Currently, there are no known original examples of Dr.1s that survived.
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