Dare Fokker D-VII Biplane
The Fokker D-VII has been called the "Best Fighter of WWI". So highly did the allies esteem the machine that the armistice terms specifically ordered the surrender of all Fokker D-VII's.Though not particularly fast, the D-VII was extremely manouverable at high altitude and was very easy to fly overall.
SpecificationsWing Span: 36" (top wing) Plane Length: 30" Wing Area: 370 sq. in.
A Pat Tritle Design, the Dare model possess' the same flying characteristics as its full size counterpart..... docile, yet maneuverable with no vices. Climb is spectacular, landing is eventless. This is a great choice for a first WWI fighter.