Fokker F.10A Super Trimotor

United States of America, 1928 - Fokker's first trimotor designed and built in the U.S.A., was a nice aircraft in the old Fokker tradition and a contemporary of Ford's trimotor. Built to Western Air Express' specifications it also flew with Panam, American Airlines and Universal Airlines. It was a sturdy and reliable aircraft, but an accident with an F.10 in 1931 announced the end of its services and ultimately the end of Fokker's activities in the U.S.A.

Model FM51
Scale 1:72
Span 13 inch / 33 cm.
Livery Universal Airlines
Price € 1500

Indicated net prices as from July 2012.
Members of the EEC should add 21% V.A.T.


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