Fokker DVII is built near to scale and fully textured, it is very detailed and includes animated propeller and rotary engine, animateable ailerons, rudder and elevators. All materials and textures are included and the model is available in several formats. The rotary engine and propeller are animated. This model is very detailed.
The Fokker DVIII was a final development during World War I of German research into military fighters. A fully cantilever wing in a parasol configuration was used to reduce drag, increase lift and stability. It was very modern in design for its time but had several design weaknesses that led to delays in deployment. The Struts were too weak to stand the high strain of combat and the initial stability test proved unsuitable. However after the problems were overcome, these aircraft were put in production and sent to the front. They arrived too late to affect the outcome of the war. The aircraft used many components from other aircraft in the Fokker line. The Fuselage came from the DR1, tail from the DVII and power plant and cockpit came from the DR I.