Focke-Wulf FW198 (oz1506)

 

Focke-Wulf FW198 (oz1506) from Megow Models 1942 - plan thumbnail

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Focke-Wulf FW198. Fantasy scale model of a plane that never existed. Twin-boomed pusher, German WWII fighter. Swankee mailed in to say: "most everyone put this as a Fw.198 which as you mention is a 'non-existing' aircraft. From what I have read it was mistaken for a Dutch aircraft - the Schelde S.21 Just thought for historical record you may want to mention that."

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Focke-Wulf FW198 (oz1506) from Megow Models 1942 - model pic

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This airplane did exist but it was not a product of Focke-Wulf. It wasn't even German but Dutch. It was a De Schelde S.21, a single seat interceptor and ground-attack fighter. The only prototype was never flown. In May of 1940 the Germans took it from the De Schelde factory to Utrecht where it was tested to destruction. (See Warplanes of the Second World War; Fighters, vol. 3, page 98, by William Green.)
Greg - 10/09/2014
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