We have just about covered all the surviving WW2 machines. Who want's to have a go at the WW1 aircraft? I'll start with an unusual one. A good friend is scratch building a 1918 Sopwith Snipe from the original 'top secret' plans. If anyone knows where a Bentley BR2 rotary engine can be found, I am sure the builder would appreciate it. He has managed to obtain most of the original instruments, so it will be visually authentic inside and out. The airframe is wood (spruce) connected by complex metal fittings, and held together by turnbuckle tensioned spring wires. Both the RAAF museum and the AWM have original and accurate WW1 replica aircraft in their collections....SE 5, Sopwith Pup, Farman etc. What else can you folks come up with either here or NZ?