Fokker D7 - rubber scale WWI biplane fighter.
Update 16/01/2015: Added formers, thanks to RoyCoenye.
Quote: "Re Plan ID: 605, Please see the attached PDF of a CAD drawing I have done from the wooden formers and ribs of this kit. The sheets were just diecut and the cuts were not easily visible so they themselves could not be scanned. Please add as supplement for the benefit of others. Print on A4."
Update 08/02/2015: Replaced formers file with new version (rev 2)
Quote: "Hi Steve, Having now built a fuse and wings from the formers I have made a few adjustments, please see the attached revised pdf. Regards,"
Formers, thanks to RoyCoenye. Also, alternate scan of sheet 2 (fuselage drawing), thanks to AugustaWest, that shows more detail.
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