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  • 6 months later...

Also, if anyone ever finds a 1:200 or 1:250 scale plastic model of a Pacific Western B732 let me know, I've been after one for years. I've seen small 1:400/500 diecast models, big desktop models and one model kit (you have to be careful though because despite the PW box, it comes with CP decals).

Other ones I'd really be interested in acquiring would be 1:200/250 scale plastic models of an Air BC BAe 146 with the red/grey stripes, a Time Air F28 and an AC L1011 with the original AC L1011 livery.

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1:400:

Air China B744 (B-2447, Gemini Jets)

Alitalia McDonalds MD-83 (Dragon)

Boeing Dreamliner B777-300ER (Dragon)

Cathay Pacific B744 (B-HUI, CXitement/Herpa)

Malaysia Airlines A380 Airbus livery (F-WWOW, Dragon)

Singapore Airlines B744 (9V-SPG, Herpa with in flight box)

Singapore Airlines A380 Airbus livery (F-WWOW, Dragon)

1:500

Air France A380 (F-HPJA, Herpa)

Cathay Pacific B742, Spirit of Hong Kong '97 livery (B-HIB, Herpa)

Canadian B744 (C-GMWW, StarJets)

Cathay Pacific B744 (B-HUF, CXitement/Herpa)

Oasis Hong Kong B744 (B-LFA, Hogan)

JAL B772 (JA8984, StarJets)

STAF MD-11F (C&C)

Dragonair A330-300 (20th Anniversary Livery, Herpa)

Dragonair A330-300 (Herpa)

EVA Air B767-300ER (Herpa)

Qantas B767-200ER (Herpa)

Edelweiss MD-83 (Herpa)

Iran Air 747SP (Herpa)

LTU 757-200 (Herpa)

Aeroflot A310 (Herpa)

Condor B737-300 (Herpa)

Scanair DC-10-10 (Herpa Club)

ANK A320 (Herpa Japan Exclusive)

Continental 727 (Herpa)

Turkish Airlines B737-400 (Herpa)

Middle Eastern Airlines A320 (Herpa)

1:1000

Boeing Dreamliner B787-800 (Hogan)

Just my boxes and planes..

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Boeing 787 Dreamliner - It's a nice model, except that I'm not a fan of the exaggerated curvature of the wings.

Air Canada A340-500 - This is a cheap model that I'm not particularly a fan of, but it is the first model I ever acquired.

Lufthansa A340-600 - D-AIHI ('Mönchengladbach')

Lufthansa A380-800 - D-AIMI ('Berlin')

The scale of the aforementioned models is 1:200.

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That's not exaggerated. When in flight with a normal load, the wing tips are actually about 10 feet above the neutral position of the wing.

Thank you for the correction and the shared knowledge. I never considered that it would be different in flight, but it certainly makes sense.

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Boeing 787 Dreamliner - It's a nice model, except that I'm not a fan of the exaggerated curvature of the wings.

Air Canada A340-500 - This is a cheap model that I'm not particularly a fan of, but it is the first model I ever acquired.

Lufthansa A340-600 - D-AIHI ('Mönchengladbach')

Lufthansa A380-800 - D-AIMI ('Berlin')

The scale of the aforementioned models is 1:200.

That A380 lean... So Kai Tak rwy 31ish. I believe the slant on many Cathay Pacific models were inspired by the 31 approach.

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