The Fokker D.VII is amongst the best-known aircraft of the First World War, and was considered by many to be the best fighter of its time. The D.VII had the unique ability to hang on its prop while the nose was pitched upward. It also had exceptional slow flight characteristics and was quite maneuverable.
This aircraft has an original 200 HP Mercedes in-line, six-cylinder, water-cooled engine.
(Text from Aerodrome web-site)