[WWI] Fokker Steel Tube Colors?
davecww1 at cox.net
Sun Apr 1 14:52:21 EDT 2007
Not sure if this would be correct for the Fokker D.VII, but on the Fokker D.VIII being restored in Italy the entire fuselage had the tubes wrapped in lozenge fabric to prevent the steel tubes from rubbing through the outer fabric. So if this was correct then you would not see the color of the paint on the tubes inside the fuselage except in the engine compartment. Not sure how you could model this, I guess the grey/green painted tubes would look better although may not be authentic.
Date: Sun, 1 Apr 2007 08:12:49 -0400
From: "Ray Boorman" <fokkereiv at gmail.com>
Subject: Re: [WWI] Fokker Steel Tube Colors?
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An original unrestored DVII is in a small museum on the Ontario/Quebec
border. Its in the picture gallery on wwi site
If anyone is visiting Quebec here is the address.
Brome County Historical Society, 130 Lakeside, Box 690, Knowlton,
Quebec, J0E 1V0. ...
I'm going to do a road trip this summer and take in Ottawa and the
Museums plus the Brome county DVII.
On 4/1/07, Tom Mason <tom.mason at charter.net> wrote:
> One of the Fokker D. VII's in a museum, don't remember which museum, an
> original not a repro in color photos showing tubular framing looks like
> RLM 02.
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