The Fokker V.39 was a prototype sports aircraft built by Fokker shortly after World War I based on a scaled-down version of the Fokker D.VIII fighter design and powered by an 82 kW (110 hp) Le Rhône engine.
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An even smaller and lighter version was built as the V.40, powered by a 26 kW (35 hp) Anzani. Neither the V.39 nor the V.40 entered production.
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