The fantastic Swedish summer just won’t give up and the other day it was time to roll the Pfalz out for yet another photo session.
Wings are now covered, so from an exterior point-of-view she’s complete. There are of course hundreds of things left to do before it’s time to fly, but this is the beautiful view we can now be lucky to get used to!
More pictures in the Photo Gallery!
In beautiful Swedish summer weather the Pfalz was rolled out, completely assembled and rigged.
Basically all construction work is finalized and besides the obvious covering of the wings and some painting, it’s now mostly a matter of installation work and final details. The engine will also be lifted off one final time to make it ready for flight.
And as always: She will fly when she’s ready to fly, so there’s no date set for first flight.
With one more engine and all fuselage lamination plugs, fixtures and tools available, it’s possible to build yet another D.VIII if the demand occurs.
After a period of configuration problems, server hotel mergers, lost domain settings and a recent hacker attack, the contact forms should be up and running again.
Please text me on +46 703 193252 if you get error messages or any other indications that it doesn’t work!
There has been some speculations on what might come up next. After all, the Fokker D.VII has been flying for a while and it can’t possibly be empty in the workshop, can it?
Well, now we can confirm that a new project is in the making!
As you might notice it’s not much of a website right now. Evil hackers attacked and crashed the old site and major reconstruction has been started.
Until then, please bear with us when it comes to the design and lack of information – and read this fantastic article by Elliott Marsh!