Fokker DVIII Flying Razor (oz6332)


Fokker DVIII Flying Razor (oz6332) by S Cal Smith from American Modeler 1958 - plan thumbnail

About this Plan

Fokker D-VIII Flying Razor. Scale model for radio control. K&B Allyn .19 engine shown. Street and Smith plan #358.

Note: It is my understanding that there never was an article with his plan. As far as I can tell, there was just a title and 3 photos (see supplement 'article' file). The plan itself has some Additional Construction Instructions printed on it, over the right wing layout. These have a lot of helpful detail on making up and soldering the wire cabane and the undercarriage, plus scratch-building large enough wheels, engine mounting, cowling construction, plus covering and finishing.

Supplementary file notes

Alternate version of the same plan but on 4 sheets, as originally printed. Also article pages (pics only) thanks to SBurling.


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Fokker DVIII Flying Razor (oz6332) by S Cal Smith from American Modeler 1958 - model pic

  • (oz6332)
    Fokker DVIII Flying Razor
    by S Cal Smith
    from American Modeler (ref:358)
    March 1958 
    56in span
    Scale IC R/C Parasol Military Fighter
    all formers complete :)
    got article :)
  • Submitted: 05/02/2015
    Filesize: 1501KB
    Format: • PDFbitmap
    Credit*: JJ

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User comments

Hi Steve - here are the build photos for the above from the original magazine. Regards,
SBurling - 23/02/2015
Many, many thanks for adding this plan to the site. I've been wanting to build this one since I bought the magazine in 1958. I knew that eventually someone would post this one. If you wait long enough, a gold nugget from the past will surface. Thank you Steve. JJ and sburling for the addition. Above all, the great Cal Smith for his fine art work and plans.
halkarlson - 25/02/2015
Thanks Steve for adding this plan. I've been waiting for this since high school in 1958. I had to enlarge it just enough for the Proctor Dr1 cowling. Re-doing the wing for ailerons, a few fuselage mods as well as a FirePower 25 for motor. Bringing the whole thing up to current specs. This will make perfect companion to my Proctor DRI.
HalKarlson - 24/10/2017
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