Fokker D-23 (oz12862)
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Fokker D-23. Scale model for rubber power.
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User commentsThis was indeed an interesting plane. Some people may have thought the same as there are some remarkable contributions to the glory of this tandem engined fighter offered at YouTubes. One clip shows how it would have been like sitting in a D-23 and flying a mission (that ended in a bellylanding). https://youtu.be/j9w9VC1pdJc Another clip offers rare original views of the one and only example ever built in surprisingly good quality https://youtu.be/ZmP5Y9cPUW8 The third clip gives good impression of a 2,6 m RC-model of the Fokker, rather an unusual sight in the sky: https://youtu.be/W29SV43a07M And here model builder Patrick Cahuzac shows us all the steps from the first planing to the finished model of his big D-23.https://youtu.be/r0dYkqof8DE. One thing more deserves to be remembered, the engines of this fighter from the Netherlands came from Czechoslovakia, from the Walter company in Prague. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Walter_SagittaThank you Mary, thank you Steve for your daily impulses, which I appreciate so much.
RobertSchlickewitz - 19/04/2021
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