Fokker E III Eindecker


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Fokker E III Eindecker  
by Don Srull
from RCMplans (ref:193)
November 1966 
49in span
Tags: Scale IC R/C Military Fighter
all formers complete :)
got article :)

This plan was found online 06/09/2017 at:
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Fokker E III Eindecker - Radio control scale model German WWI monoplane fighter.

Quote: - "A 49in wingspan span scale sport model of Anthony Fokker's famous Eindecker. A magnificent Sunday flier for Galloping Ghost, the E III has plenty of room to accomodate RCM's Digitrio or similar small proportional system... a very compact model was desired which would use the economincal .09 to .15 engines which are about the smallest size reliable throttling RC powerplants. A scale of 1.6 inches to the foot was slected, which yielded a 49 plus inch span and about 370 square inches of projected area..."

NOTE note that the dihedral braces on the right side of the wing plan are drawn one bay too long.

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