Aircraft Detailed

Aircraft Detailed

Aircraft Detailed

Aircraft Detailed

Aircraft Detailed

This section covers the aircraft that are being fully recreated from detailed drawings.  There are a limited number of sources for these designs and even the information that is available is not always very accurate.  Use the designated button to take you to the aircraft you would like to view.  Enjoy the images and the possibility to manipulate an e-Drawing 3D model.

Fokker DVII

The Fokker DVII was a very successful addition to the German air war in 1917  The information used to recreate the DVII comes from James Kiger of Replicraft in California.  A number of flying replicas have been built using the Replicraft drawings.

SE5a

Britain’s final fighter in the air war of 1914-18.The information used to recreate the SE5a comes from James Kiger of Replicraft in California.  A number of flying replicas have been built using the Replicraft drawings.

Sopwith Camel

The Sopwith Camel is a WWI fighter aircraft design and manufactured by the Sopwith Aircraft Company set up Thomas Sopwith.  The camel is one of the most iconic aircraft of WWI in spite of its difficult handling characteristics.  The information used to recreate the Camel comes from James Kiger of Replicraft in California.  A number of flying replicas have been built using the Replicraft drawings.

Supermarine Spitfire

The Supermarine Spitfire Is WWII iconic fighter aircraft was designed by R J Mitchell.  Prior to the Spitfire was best know for their Schneider Trophy winning Float Plane.  The information used to recreate the Spitfire comes from Paul Monforton’s book on the Spitfire and from some 2000 odd WWII original Spitfire Drawings. 

1903 Wright Flyer

The 1903 Wright Flyer is reported as the first aircraft to fly under its own power at Kitty Hawk, North Carolina in 1903.  The Wright Brothers, originally bicycle engineers became world renowned with there aircraft and engines for their various aircraft between 1903 and 1920.

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