Looking like a Fokker Dr.1 Triplane fuselage sporting shortened Fokker D VII wings, the Fokker D VI has an attractive and well-proportioned shape. Far too few were constructed and delivered. (I was unable to find any surviving aircraft with a quick Internet search.) But it lives on in static and flying models, as well as person-carrying reproductions.
The climb and handling were good, and the twin machine guns gave it as much firepower as most other contemporary fighters. But with the advent of the fabulous Fokker D VII, the VI was upstaged and became a historical footnote.
The LOOTM for June, the Fokker D VI.