The Albatros D.III followed the successful D.I and D.II series which was introduced in August of 1916. It utilized the same semi-monocoque plywood-skinned fuselage which incorporated an improved aerodynamic fuselage, but adopted a sesquiplane wing arrangement broadly similar to the French Nieuport 11. It was powered with a Mercedes D.III (170 hp) six-cylinder liquid-cooled engine which was one of the most powerful engines available at the time, allowing for speeds of 109 miles per hour.

Albatros D.III Werner Ross

Albatros D.III Werner Ross

Code: GLM5101



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Albatros D.III Werner Ross
Plastic model kit.
Scale 1/48
Manufacturer: Glencoe Models