Koolhoven airplane for the Amsterdam Rijksmuseum

Koolhoven airplane for the Amsterdam Rijksmuseum

In the early 20th century Frits Koolhoven designed a number of airplanes. He went on to build them in his own factory. The Rijksmuseum displays an example dating from 1918. It is the largest object kept in the Amsterdam museum.Bouwen=Vouwen was asked by the Rijksmuseum to design a press-out kit of this F.K. 23 Bantam. It can be purchased from the Rijksmuseum’s official sales outlets. 

FK 23 Bantam / Koolhoven airplane from the Rijksmuseum Amsterdam:

The historical FK 23 Bantam, designed by Frits Koolhoven in 1918, is the largest object at the Rijksmuseum. 3Dcarton made the model which is part of the museum shop collection 5 years already. The 3D-model is based on 2 x A4 and includes a leaflet with information and old pictures of this historical fighter plane with 170hp-engine producing an unprecedented topspeed for that time.