Fokker Dr.1 – kit from LEGO® bricks


This set contains the original LEGO® bricks for a model of the Fokker Dr.I. Instructions not included. You can find them in Peter Blackert‘s book How to Build Brick Airplanes.

Further information about the prototype and the model follows below.

Warning! Choking hazard due to small parts. Not suitable for children under 3 years.


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No, this had nothing to do with a doctor – the Fokker Dr.1 takes its name from the German word Dreidecker or triplane. In fact, the aeroplane possesses three wings lying on top of each other. The struts on the outer wing were initially not intended and served to prevent vibrations.

With 110 hp, the modest 420 copies of the triplane manufactured in 1917-1918 were quite slow. The thick blade profile, in combination with a slender weight, lent it an agility unsurpassed at that time.

The version chosen by Peter Blackert appears in the colours of the famous pilot, the Red Baron. Baron Manfred von Richthofen chalked up 19 of 80 aerial victories in a Fokker Dr.1 as a fighter pilot in the First World War and met his death in such a plane in 1918.

Colour of the model: red

Number of original LEGO® bricks: 63

Measurements of the model: 7 x 8 x 4.2 cm

Scale of the model: 1:90

Difficulty level: beginner

Additional information

Weight 0.034 kg


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