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|A three-view drawing (1650 x 1210)|
| ENGINE||1 x 119kW Mercedes D.III water-cooled inline engine|
| Take-off weight||1133 kg||2498 lb|
| Wingspan||10.77 m||35 ft 4 in|
| Length||7.30 m||24 ft 11 in|
| Height||2.75 m||9 ft 0 in|
| Max. speed||165 km/h||103 mph|
| Ceiling||5100 m||16750 ft|
| ARMAMENT||3 x 7.92mm machine-guns, 5 x 10kg bombs|
|Barry, 19.05.2016 12:54|
Originally designated C II the designation was changed to CL II to fall in line with the "Idfleig" requirement for a light type C fighter for the "Luftstreitkrafte", which would be used to escort reconnaissance aircraft. The so called "Schutzstaffeln" or protection flights. The first flight was in 1917 and Halberstadt produced some 700, a further 200 were manufactured in 1918 by Bayerische Flugzerke Werke (BFW). Post war ex German machines were flown by both the Lithuanian Air Force and the Polish Air Force. In fact the last surviving example, the personal mount of General Ernst von Hoeppner, is in the Polish Aviation Museum Cracow (Kracow).
|kuaican, 20.06.2011 06:49|
Hi, I'm looking for some maufacturing drawing for the Halberstadt D.V. Could you give me a bit of help with this request
|Ali Baran Çelik, e-mail, 24.05.2010 17:33|
Hello, I intend to start scratchbuilding a 1:34 scale CLII, I would really appreciate any sort of manufacturing data regarding dimensions.
|Bill Foster, e-mail, 17.03.2008 04:55|
Hi, I'm looking for some maufacturing drawing for the Halberstadt D.V. Could you give me a bit of help with this request?
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