Germany, 1921 - The Fokker F.III was introduced as an improved version of the F.II. Although not popular with pilots, the aircraft served a number of airlines in Europe as a trustworthy workhorse. In Germany Grulich built an unknown number of F.III's in licence. Here a 185 h.p. BMW was installed instead of the Rolls-Royce Eagle used by Fokker.
|Span||10.6 inch / 27 cm.|
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