A giant-scale WW I biplane for scale competition
During ww I, Germany built more of the Albatros D series fighters than any other type of warbird. Though overshadowed by the Fokker D.VlI and the Dr.! triplane, the Albatros was truly the workhorse of Germany’s air service. Many famous aces such as Manfred von Richthofen, Werner Voss and Ernst Udet scored the vast majority of their victories while flying an Albatros. My construction subject is the D.IIl, which was introduced in 1917. The model is built to h scale and is an excellent flyer that’s capable of contest-winning scores, both static and in flight.
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