This is an injection-plastic aircraft model kit.
Fokker E.III was the main German fighter during the First World War. Conceptually, it was a single-engine monoplane developed by chief engineer Martin Kreuzer on the basis of the Fokker EI type, which was improved by the installation of a more powerful rotary nine-cylinder Oberursel UI with a power output of 74 kW. Most of the E.III Fokkers were armed with one synchronized Spandau IMG 08 machine gun with a supply of 500 pieces of ammunition. The first three specimens of Fokker E.III entered service at the Western Front in August 1915.
[Set Contents]: From the Eduard Weekend series this set contains
- Decals and color schemes for 2 variations as shown on the box art.
- No mask, resin parts or photo etched parts.