1/32 Fokker DVII pilot and unit markings for the Wingnut Wings model..
New schemes, some old favourites - stay tuned!
ATT32270 Fokker DVII Jasta 65 "Seven Swabians" Ltn. Alfred Bäder
The ever-popular "Seven Swabians" scheme of Ltn. Alfred Bäder of Jasta 65.
The story did not have a happy ending for the villagers of the story and so what the message was behind this choice of marking is unclear.
Colours of the villagers clothing is conjectural but details have been faithfully replicated from the superb photographs featured on the website www.buddecke.de which, sadly, I can't share here.
Three sheet decal set, including fuselage, tail and 4 colour "lozenge" wing set ATT32173 with linen rib tapes.
Match the colour of the tail to paint metal cowlings, with the cowling forward of the cockpit retaining its original OAW lilac and green painted, random lozenge shapes.
Cowlings were often removed by this unit to aid cooling of volatile phosphorous ammunition.
ATTRES 022 WW1 German Fokker DVII seat and cushion
Modelled accurately for the first time - the distinctive "flare" sided Fokker type aircraft seat, with cushion cast separately
Scaled for the DVII and EV from Achim Engels (Fokker archive based) drawings, this also works with the Roden F.I and Dr.I but is slightly larger than the new Meng/WNW kit version.
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