Fokker DR I 
     Few aircraft of the World War I period have received the attention given the Fokker Dr.I triplane. Often linked with the career of the highest scoring ace of that war, Germany's Rittmeister Manfred von Richthofen, "The Red Baron," the nimble Dr. I earned a reputation as one of the best "dogfighters" of the war.
     The Fokker Dr. I was ordered into production on July 14, 1917, in response to the success earlier in that year of the British Sopwith Triplane. The first Dr. Is appeared over the Western Front in August, 1917. Pilots were impressed with its maneuverability, and several, including von Richthofen, soon scored victories with the highly maneuverable triplane. Nineteen of Richthofen's last 21 victories were achieved while he was flying the Dr. I.  Fokker built 320 Dr. Is; for a brief period production was suspended while the wings were redesigned to prevent in-flight failures. By May 1918 the Dr I was being replaced by the newer and faster Fokker D VII.  
      No known original Fokker Dr. Is have survived. The Air Force Museum in Dayton Ohio has a reproduction painted to represent the aircraft flown by Lt. Arthur Rahn in April 1918 when he served with Jagdstaffel 19.  Rahn is credited with six confirmed victories. 

Fokker DR-1 "Red Baron"
Premier Series.  1/18th scale.  16.5" wingspan x 13" long.
  No. ACG1D-PA.  Only $229.95 
More Premier models.  Same size as above.
Fokker DR-1 "Blue Boy" 
Above left.
  No. ACG1D-PB.   Only $229.95
Fokker DR-1 "Red & White"  
Shown Above
  No. ACG1D-PE.  Only $229.95
Fokker DR-1 "Kempf"
Shown at left.
  No. ACG1D-PC.  Only $229.95
Fokker Dr-1
Deluxe Series.  1/20th scale.
14.75" wingspan x 11.5" long.
  No. ACG1D-DX. Only $179.95
Fokker Dr-1
Standard Series.  1/24th scale.
12" wingspan x 9.75" long.
  No. ACG1D-ST. Only $139.95  
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