Here are plans for the Junkers D-1
that I electronically scanned from my purchased copy of the November 1968 American Aircraft Modeler magazine. You
might be able to scale up the image below if you cannot find suitable plans anywhere. Plans for this fine model
were drawn by Mr. Joseph M. Tschirgi. All copyrights (if any) are hereby acknowledged.
The U.S. Army
ordered the Junkers J-9 and designated it the D-1. Armament consisted of a pair of fixed, forward-firing Spandau
guns ahead of the cockpit. Because of lack of experience with the aircraft's then-unconventional metal
construction, only forty-one D-1s were completed and delivered to the Front before the Armistice in November 1918.
The AMA Plans Service offers a
full-size version of many of the plans show here at a very reasonable cost. They
will scale the plans any size for you. It is always best to buy printed plans because
my scanner versions often have distortions that can cause parts to fit poorly. Purchasing
plans also help to support the operation of the
Academy of Model Aeronautics - the #1
advocate for model aviation throughout the world. If the AMA no longer has this
plan on file, I will be glad to send you my higher resolution version.
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