[WWI] Post-War Fokker D.VII

WW1 wwi@wwi-models.org
Sun Dec 7 08:25:01 2003

>      I'm not sure I understand.  Are you saying that even with the
> more recent kits now available Revell's ancient Fokker is still the
> best?

It is good enough. You have a nice kit to add the different nose pieces for
Packard engined or other versions without getting too worried with the
fitting of the lower wing or anhedral of the upper. Of course, you can build
it from a Roden, but why spend a modern, more expensive kit in a project
that already involves a lot of surgery?