[WWI] Fokker V.8 quintuplane
carlos.carreira at netcabo.pt
Sun Aug 8 15:10:00 EDT 2004
The same photo is in "Fokker, The man and the aircraft" with the following
"V.8 - Summer, 1917. Engine 120 h.p. Mercedes. Quintuplane.
Using some of the V.6 components, this quintuplane was completed under
Fokker's orders but in spite of Platz's better judgement. The addition of
the 'biplane' wings at the mid-fuselage position was revolutionary and quite
unsuccessful. Reports state that after two flights by Fokker it was
Let's hope that your model behaves better!
From: wwi-bounces at wwi-models.org [mailto:wwi-bounces at wwi-models.org] On
Behalf Of Eduard Werner
Sent: Sunday, August 08, 2004 3:28 PM
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Subject: [WWI] Fokker V.8 quintuplane
some other dream project of mine for an R/C model: I only know a single
photograph as published in Lamberton's "Fighters" and in "Triplanes". The
Fokker Team www.fokker-team.de has a 3-view among its postcards but I don't
feel like buying the whole set for a single 3-view I'm interested in.
Does anyone have more information, photos, 3-views and so on.
I have build a little glider (about two years ago) so I'm fairly confident
this could be a nice R/C model. (You see, I'm already making plans for the
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