Hells Angels Fokker D-7

 

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Hells Angels Fokker D-7  
by Bil Hannan
2000 
16in span
Tags: Scale Rubber F/F Biplane Military Fighter
all formers complete :)


Submitted to Outerzone: 31/08/2018
Outerzone planID: oz10413 | Filesize: 239KB | Format: • PDFbitmap | Credit*: JoeFergusson, Poacher

   

About this Plan

Hells Angels Fokker D-7. Rubber scale model German WWI fighter. The styling is as the Fokker appeared in the 1930 Howard Hughes film "Hell's Angels".

Quote: "Ten Cent Time Machines. This drawing inspired by Alexander Horback's 1930's Fokker D-6 (oz144) 10-cent kit design, is dedicated to Comet founder William Bishop. Color scheme: Entire aircraft was Black, all markings were white. Windshield is optional, and only appeared in some scenes. Lt Von Bruen was actually stunt pilot Frank Clarke."

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If making this model for scale authenticity don't forget to add the movie camera on the Fokker's back :-)) What a great film this was, three pilots actually died and producer/director Howard Hughes fractured his thick skull after acting stupid, against stunt pilot Paul Mantz's advice! Crazy times! Mantz himself died in 1965 during filming The Flight of the Phoenix. Please see the photo attached [more pics 003], you can publish at will as it is in Public Domain. Thank you all for the delightful site!!
MiguelMorao_Portugal - 14/09/2018
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