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WW1 Aircraft

Early days of flying. All replicas down to the spinning engine of the legendary Sopwith Camel. Whilst they were noisy with unmuffled engines, nowhere near the deafening roar of an F-22 or F-35 with full power. Stealthy in radar signature, but not noise. Some may have pieces of the original aircraft, but essentially remanufactured from the original plans. Hard to believe these primitive aircraft were the precursor to modern military jets, but these were at the height of technology 100 years ago
Nieuport 11
Nieuport 11
Bristol F2B Fighter
Bristol F2B Fighter
Fokker Dr.1 triplane
Fokker Dr.1 triplane
Fokker DR.1
Fokker DR.1
Fokker DR.1
Fokker DR.1
Fokker D.VIII
Fokker D.VIII
Fokker DR.1 Triplane
Fokker DR.1 Triplane
Bristol F2B
Bristol F2B
French & Brit Colours
French & Brit Colours
A pair of Fokkers
A pair of Fokkers
Fokker Triplane
Fokker Triplane
Sopwith Camel Burning Oil
Sopwith Camel Burning Oil
Fokker Triplane
Fokker Triplane
Fokker Triplane
Fokker Triplane
Fokker Triplane
Fokker Triplane
Bleriot 1909
Bleriot 1909
Bleriot 1909
Bleriot 1909
Nieuport 24
Nieuport 24
Nieuport 24
Nieuport 24
Fokker Triplane
Fokker Triplane
Bleriot 1909
Bleriot 1909
Sopwith Camel
Sopwith Camel
Nieuport 24
Nieuport 24
Fokker Triplane
Fokker Triplane
Nieuport 24
Nieuport 24
Sopwith Camel & Fokker Triplane
Sopwith Camel & Fokker Triplane
Sopwith Camel
Sopwith Camel
Sopwith Camel
Sopwith Camel