[WWI] Fokker Steel Tube Colors?

Michael Kendix mkendix at hotmail.com
Mon Apr 2 08:04:23 EDT 2007


Their collection reflects general interest but builds are of a high quality 
and there's loads of them. The discussion forum also seems fairly civil. 
They have about 7 Albatros builds - of course, not much too esoteric in the 
way of WW1.  Also, Brett Green seems like a decent bloke. A couple of our 
club members met up with him on a holiday in Australia. True, my club friend 
Floyd Werner, Jnr. is B*-1*9 crazy but he builds the odd biplane: hey, at 
least he builds, which is more than can be said for 90% of our club's 

So, how are  Saturday nights down at Altrincham ice-rink watching hockey:)? 
I used to go skating there once a week when I was in college:).


>From: Andy Bannister <a.bann at ntlworld.com>
>Date: Mon, 2 Apr 2007 11:42:41 +0000
> > (Actually, it gets worse. Ask on Hyperscale what colour the struts and 
> > metal parts on an Albatros were painted and I bet you get the same 
>I would be surprised if anyone on Hyperfascist even knew what an Albatros 
>was, in spite of the fact that a few models of them have been displayed on 
>there. If it doesn't have swastikas on it and/or was manufactured by Tamiya 
>then they don't want to know. ;-)
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