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Fokker Dr.1
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This is my lego version of the fokker dr1 triplane..........please review thanks





A brief history of the Fokker DR.1


The Fokker Dr. I (triplane) was a World War 1 fighter designed by a man named Reinhold Platz and built by the german aircraft company called Fokker.The first two fokkers were sent to the front lines in late August 1917 for evaluation. The planes were evaluated and made famous by world war one aces Manfred von Richthofen also known as The Red Baron,and german ace Werner Voss.However both pilots were shot down and killed, while flying there DR.1s.



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  November 4, 2012
Really accurate!
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  April 20, 2012
awesome!!
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  January 25, 2012
Whoa!!!! AWESOME!!!!! I love this plane.
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  April 24, 2010
Need better Spandown machine guns.But looks just like the Fokker
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  May 2, 2009
Very nice job. Color, and just whole look of it is great. I built one, though not so good and in tan, but you might check it out. Only one thing about yours, do you have the guns on it? Besides that, awesome.
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  December 2, 2008
rlly great and can u PLZ post some like instructions on how to make it. and again PLZ post some instructions.
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  October 17, 2008
very,very impressive. i've alwaysliked the Fokker for two reasons. One;its just a cool plane. Two; it Dutch! but, maybe you could make some machineguns one it,or are the black axles behind the propeller? also,its cool. please review my lego guns. thanks.
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  September 9, 2008
i've always wanted to make one
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  August 3, 2008
I like this I was never able to make one for some reason but still great job!
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  July 22, 2008
I have too say, this focker is really AMAZING!!! really, one of your best Mocs...other day I saw one of those on the History Channel "Dogfights" tv show...I donīt know if you just watched it...Anyway, very accurate. Bruno
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  April 23, 2008
As said, there's room for improvement, but a nice model nonetheless. Might have to try my hand at some of these sometime... Nice job! -- -- Michael
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  April 13, 2008
David, great start. You take a look at Ben's WW1 galleries on Brickshelf for so refinement ideas. http://www.brickshelf.com/cgi-bin/gallery.cgi?f=35420 He has a Fokker D7 and Sopwith. Another great builder is at http://www.geocities.com/EnchantedForest/Cottage/5900/MOC/Aircraft/Dankok.html. Ben's models are also in LCAD (or MLCAD).
  April 11, 2008
... The wings are poor, color are OK, minifig are excellent, detail is null, stickers are bad, very bad, illumination is good, but marbble bottom are horrible
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  April 10, 2008
This is a very good rendition of the DR.I! Like others said, some changes could be made, but it is very well done! I like it!
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  April 10, 2008
well, its really not bad 4,49/5 some little things but good job, really
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  April 10, 2008
This a pretty decent minifig Fokker, the struts and prop could use some work though. There are lego propellers intended for airplanes, and certain window pieces make great struts. But if you don't have any you did a good job of making up for it. :)
 
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