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"Black Falcon" Fokker Dr1 . I created this plane over a month ago, but have never found the time to upload it. So, here it is! . The Fokker Dr1 was a german fighter plane first manufactured in 1917. They could travel at 115 mph, and were armed with twin machine guns. Having 3 wings meant that they were really manoeuvrable. The famous german ace Manfred von Richthofen, also known as the "red baron" gained his last 20 victories in this type of plane, in which he died after being shot down by allied AA guns. The lego plane's colour scheme is made to look like the fictional ace "Black Falcon" who appears in the film "Flyboys". If you into World War 1 aircraft, then its a brilliant film to watch! If you want to watch the trailer, click here here Side view Back view Front view Tail fins Controls and machine guns The pilot The propellor is made out of "lego technique" pieces. Wheels Pilot in cockpit The plane, after being shot down Thankyou for looking! I have two new planes on the way! One is an updated version of my nieuport 17. The other is a (blue) sopwith camel. I'll upload them soon

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