Fokker Dr.I Triplane Metal Earth


Fokker Dr.I was a German single-seat fighter triplane. The three-dimensional design of the aircraft allowed excellent maneuverability, which was critical to combat WWI. The aircraft in red was made famous by the German pilot Manfred Von Richthofen, who commanded the fighter Jagdgeschwader 1 (JG 1), JG 1 was for the colorful color of the enemy aircraft marked as "Richthofens" or "Flying Circus". The Fokker Dr.I Triplane was flown in World War I by the famous Manfred Von Richthofen. Richthofen painted all his fighter aircraft a crimson color. That and his skill as a fighter pilot led to his being nicknamed, the "Red Baron."

Number of sheets: 2

Difficulty: Moderate
Assembled Size: 3.22"(L) x 4.1"(W) x 1.88"(H)
Laser-cut sheet metal parts are assembled without glue and screws.