National Aviaton Museum

Canada Aviation and Space Museum
11 Aviation Parkway
Ottawa, Ontario, K1K 4R3, Canada

This is the Fokker build D.VII 10347/18. It was sent to the USA after World War I for the US Air Service. Later it was used for several movies, including Hells Angels. It was rebuilt as a two-seater with a 200hp Hall-Scott engine, wearing the US civil registration #1178.

After going through several hands, it was acquierd by the National Aviation Museum in 1971, and is currently under restoration.

The Mercedes D.III engine was donated by the university of Manitoba, and originates from the D.VII 6849/18.


The Fokker D.VII airframe of the National Aviation Museum (source: website National Aviation Museum)