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Post  rsv1cox Fri Jan 09, 2015 4:06 pm

Found this on ebay at $40 and free shipping:

COX Fokker D-VII?? CoxGerman_zpsab7bd20a

Looked it up and it appears to be the D-VII #8100??

What really attracted me to it though is the Wen Mac wrench lurking in the center. I have missed out on two of those lately out bid to $17. Seventeen bucks for a wrench.....

I might be able to reconstruct the airplane. Another fun project. Gotta buy some more plastic bonders. Smile
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Post  roddie Fri Jan 09, 2015 5:37 pm

NICE!! Looks like the PO made a custom bellcrank/mount? Is that what looks like a piece of sheet-metal; a heat-shield? A couple of N-struts.. and it looks to be ready to fly! Congrats on the wrench too! Thumbs Up
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