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Old 03-18-2017, 07:01 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Greetings, I am selling my 'BRAND NEW' Gemini 200 - American Airlines B757-223WL model. When I state 'brand new', it means the 'pull stickers' are still attached to the model and the landing gear have not yet been installed. That honor of attaching the gear will be for the new owner of this beautiful AA B757 model. As you can see from the photos this model is in immaculate/brand new condition. Only removed for the 1st time for this sales thread. If you are interested in this fine model, please send me a PM or if you have any questions. Oh, the model box is in pristine/brand new condition as depicted in the photos below. Part # G2AAL024, Registration = N183AN, only 750 models produced back in 2008.

Shipping to the USA will be 2-3 day priority mail with tracking and will costs $ 15 usd. All other countries will range from $ 15 to $ 23 with tracked AIR shipping (5-9 days), depending on your shipping country. Thank you, T7

[IMG]AA 757 by [url=https://www.flickr.com/photos/[email protected]/], on Flickr[/IMG]
[IMG]AA 757 b by [url=https://www.flickr.com/photos/[email protected]/l], on Flickr[/IMG]
[IMG]AA 757 c by [url=https://www.flickr.com/photos/[email protected]/], on Flickr[/IMG]
[IMG]AA 757 d by [url=https://www.flickr.com/photos/[email protected]/], on Flickr[/IMG]
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Old 03-18-2017, 07:16 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Update: This sharp looking and exceptional polished AA model produced by the fine folks at Gemini Jets 200 has been SOLD! Thank you, T7 (that was bloody fast! !)
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F*ck sake these things are always put up here in middle of the night. I hope that this (and the 727) is re-released I really do.
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F*ck sake these things are always put up here in middle of the night. I hope that this (and the 727) is re-released I really do.
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F*ck sake these things are always put up here in middle of the night. I hope that this (and the 727) is re-released I really do.
Interesting post. According to my time zone (EST); it is right after my supper time. T7
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Interesting post. According to my time zone (EST); it is right after my supper time. T7
yes, but like me Andy is in U.K! so its GMT. We are minimum 5 hours ahead of you. time shows this listed at 11.01 pm.
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yes, but like me Andy is in U.K! so its GMT. We are minimum 5 hours ahead of you. time shows this listed at 11.01 pm.
So what you are saying is that it might be a good idea for sellers in N.America to post their sales threads around 9am in the morning?

Or should we just leave it up to the sellers on what time they are free to post their sales threads?
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So what you are saying is that it might be a good idea for sellers in N.America to post their sales threads around 9am in the morning?

Or should we just leave it up to the sellers on what time they are free to post their sales threads?
its entirely up to sellers when they post their threads. but whatever time you post, its probably middle of the night for some collectors.
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Just venting as this is the 3rd one in about a fortnight I missed, nowt personal. I apologise for muckying the thread. Trying to catch this model is harder than trying to grab an eel with your hands tied behind your back!
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its entirely up to sellers when they post their threads. but whatever time you post, its probably middle of the night for some collectors.
Yep, I've come across sales threads for a model I wanted; but the model was scooped up while I was getting my beauty sleep. Nothing I could do about it, based on the OP putting up the sales thread is beyond my control.

But, I will make a note for future sales posts to try and post in the early morning for the collectors over the pond/oceans. Just a bit shaky with the camera when I'm still half asleep.
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Just venting as this is the 3rd one in about a fortnight I missed, nowt personal. I apologise for muckying the thread. Trying to catch this model is harder than trying to grab an eel with your hands tied behind your back!
I am cool and I didn't take it personally, geeforce9.

Unlike another member on the DAC that I did take offense to in my other sales thread; oh he's never apologized after being shown several photos that disputed his outrageous statements.

Yeah, this model is a catch. How many models do you see being sold on the DAC that still have the 'pull stickers' attached to it? I was going to attach the landing gear at first for some photos, but I changed my mind and would let the new owner do that instead. T7
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Yeah, she's a beauty alright mate, no doubt about that. Hope you don't regret letting her go!
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Did my Wanted thread for this model mean nothing?!
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Don't worry about missing these American releases as you will be more frustrated once you have them to only watch them tarnish!
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Just venting as this is the 3rd one in about a fortnight I missed, nowt personal. I apologise for muckying the thread. Trying to catch this model is harder than trying to grab an eel with your hands tied behind your back!
Your reaction gave me a bit of a chuckle. I don't believe I have seen that posted before? One will turn up,you will own one at some point. It is frustrating to miss it for the 3rd time. I think you are due some luck.
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Lol yeah, I'll catch that darn eel!
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Did my Wanted thread for this model mean nothing?!
I used to respond to 'wanted' threads in the past on the DAC and those DAC members reading this can attest to that. But, lately it's been more of a hassle to deal with the 'wanted' threads, too much back and forth with the OP. I find it much more easier and hassle free to just post my own 'For Sale' thread for my models. Whoever responds with a pm or email will get my full attention. Yep, it's all about timing on the DAC for sales threads being posted. I have a feeling there will be more AA 757 sales threads coming soon to the DAC. Cheers! T7
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Yeah, she's a beauty alright mate, no doubt about that. Hope you don't regret letting her go!
I only had 1 regret with selling a model and that was an IF200 NW DC-10-30 bowling shoe that I sold many years ago on the DAC. When I changed my collecting criteria to airlines/airplanes that I've flown on; this model stood out because I took a NW DC-10-30 with my family to Disneyland when I was a kid. Fortunately for me, the great folks at IF200 re-released the model just a few years ago and I was first in line to scoop it up! (model proceeds are going towards my son's Education Plan, so this AA beauty is for my son's future academics; which equates to no regrets on my part )

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Don't worry about missing these American releases as you will be more frustrated once you have them to only watch them tarnish!
Wow, I almost missed this post in my sales thread.

Really, you have nothing better else to do with your time but to post negative comments into somebody's Sales thread. Just curious there are several AA sales threads on the DAC, but you waited for mine? What is your problem with me and other AA polished collectors? Does it impact your life? What skin is it off your back of what other collectors purchase in the form of AA polished models?

Really, please explain yourself for posting such negative comments into another DAC member's sales thread which has no bearing on you whatsoever.

Show some class and respect to another DAC member and stay out of their sales threads, if you are not interested in purchasing the model. Myself and others on this thread want to know what's picking your butt? T7
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I used to respond to 'wanted' threads in the past on the DAC and those DAC members reading this can attest to that. But, lately it's been more of a hassle to deal with the 'wanted' threads, too much back and forth with the OP. I find it much more easier and hassle free to just post my own 'For Sale' thread for my models. Whoever responds with a pm or email will get my full attention. Yep, it's all about timing on the DAC for sales threads being posted. I have a feeling there will be more AA 757 sales threads coming soon to the DAC. Cheers! T7
No problem, I missed out for the 3rd time myself. I'm usually checking the forum multiple times a day, and the only times I didn't these appeared for sale. Especially a mint one and from Canada, it would have been perfect!
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A little tarnish actually goes a long way in making these things look more realistic. The real things kept their mirror like finish for about 2 hours.
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Just facts dude live with it! I posted nice comments on your DC-10 threads despite you listing a plane with a crack where the two halves of the fuselage meet, but you still sold those regardless of another DA.C member pointing it out! So what skin is it off your back! Also Einstein, my post was after you sold the piece of [email protected]#t!
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Just facts dude live with it! I posted nice comments on your DC-10 threads despite you listing a plane with a crack where the two halves of the fuselage meet, but you still sold those regardless of another DA.C member pointing it out! So what skin is it off your back! Also Einstein, my post was after you sold the piece of [email protected]#t!
Wow! You really have some problems in your life. The only 'tarnish' I see anywhere on this thread are your unwanted comments. There sure isn't any tarnish on this AA 757 model. Now you are making insults and derogatory comments towards another DAC member for selling a piece of Krap!

Where in the world was there a crack in my DC-10? Please point out the crack to us. There was a small paint fade on the wing tip, not a physical crack in the metal! Did you see a SOLD on the NW/KLM DC-10 or did you just assume that was SOLD? You are calling another member's models piece of Krap. You have to resort to insults when all facts go against you. Please you really are humiliating yourself in this thread. Just to make my point again, I will take an extreme closeup for your eyes that the DC-10 for the NW/KLM has no metal cracks. I suggest you purchase some glasses so you can see the paint fade and not a 'crack' in the metal. When I refer to cracks that would be the BA Landor blue defects, which I am quite sure most on the DAC have witnessed. Give me an hour for the extreme close up. T7
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...relax man these are toys! In honor of you and your love for American 757's and thinking you own public threads, I have a G200 American 757 One World for sale that is new mint in the box. Please note it is untarnished at the moment, , but will most likely tarnish over time giving it the as "real as it gets" look!

Also it was a crack in the paint over the wing on one of your DC-10's. It happens as you acknowledge in that for sale thread where the two halves of the old style fuselage meet and where filler is used. Some people overlook these when buying and some don't.

As for these other DA.C members that want to know what is wrong with my "butt", as you mention above; I am sure they can speak for themselves without you thinking you are the proclaimed DA.C spokesperson! Also I did not know you were a proctologist. Next time I am in Canada I will make an appointment to have you check my butt.... Also maybe you can recommend an optometrist!

Thanks for saving me time in creating this thread dude!
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...relax man these are toys! In honor of you and your love for American 757's and thinking you own public threads, I have a G200 American 757 One World for sale that is new mint in the box. Please note it is untarnished at the moment, , but will most likely tarnish over time giving it the as "real as it gets" look!

Also it was a crack in the paint over the wing on one of your DC-10's. It happens as you acknowledge in that for sale thread where the two halves of the old style fuselage meet and where filler is used. Some people overlook these when buying and some don't.

As for these other DA.C members that want to know what is wrong with my "butt", as you mention above; I am sure they can speak for themselves without you thinking you are the proclaimed DA.C spokesperson! Also I did not know you were a proctologist. Next time I am in Canada I will make an appointment to have you check my butt.... Also maybe you can recommend an optometrist!

Thanks for saving me time in creating this thread dude!
Hey, I have some business to take care of. Will respond accordingly when I get back. This will be fun. Trust me on that. Cheers! T7
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How did this thread go sideways? It was simply a model sale.
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move along folks..nothing to see here, this is a crime scene let the authorities do their work..Keep moving on please...
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Love the post. However, as being the OP to this now 'Sold' model thread. I will keep my word to you know who. T7
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Greetings, as I promised the ‘tarnish’ poster I would reply. My apologies for the late response, but I had to take care of some Police report involving a vehicle that ran through my children’s bus stop signals/arm bar.

I think we can all agree that the ‘tarnish’ poster has an axe to grind with me, since he decided to use my single AA 757 for sale thread to post his ‘tarnish’ comments. Interestingly enough there was an earilier AA sales thread with about 12 AA polished models for sale, but he decided to pass on that sales thread. I guess I am very, very special to him or he has personal motives. I am honored, ! This model is over 9 years old and is in immaculate condition, but according to his crystal ball it will tarnish. Well, if that day ever arrives please post pictures of this ‘specific’ model I have sold being tarnished. Oh wait, you can’t do that, because you didn’t buy this model. !

There is no thread or posts on the DAC that I have proclaimed myself as the DAC spokesperson. If you can find this post that I made where I have made such a statement, please post it in this thread. I think that role/spokesperson belongs to the capable Super Moderator or the owners of the DAC. Since I’ve been banned a few times with my sparring sessions with other DAC members, that would definitely exclude me as being a DAC figure head. !

All righty, getting over to the paint cracks for the IF200 NW/KLM DC-10=30.
Can someone please help me out and point to where this defect has actually happened on this particular model I am selling. I have attached some photos to assist.

I also have attached the ‘paint fade’ on the wing tip of the model, and what I deem ‘paint crack’ defects on a model (see BA landor paint cracks pics within the DAC link I provided; warning the photos are a bit horrific to view). Can we all agree what the difference is between a ‘paint fade’ versus ‘paint cracks’, based on the photos.

[IMG]NW1 by [url=https://www.flickr.com/photos/[email protected]/], on Flickr[/IMG]
[IMG]NW2 by [url=https://www.flickr.com/photos/[email protected]/], on Flickr[/IMG]
[IMG]NW3 by [url=https://www.flickr.com/photos/[email protected]/], on Flickr[/IMG]
[IMG]NW5 by [url=https://www.flickr.com/photos/[email protected]/], on Flickr[/IMG]
[IMG]NW4 by [url=https://www.flickr.com/photos/[email protected]/], on Flickr[/IMG]
http://www.diecastaircraftforum.com/1-200-scale-model-aircraft/97471-inflight-200-ba-744-landor-scheme-paint-crack.html

What picks my butt are some folks who post pictures of what a Herpa Premium Lufhtansa B744 looks like; being all yellow and that all HP LH B744 models will suffer the same fate.

http://www.diecastaircraftforum.com/1-200-scale-model-aircraft/250202-what-380-00-herpa-premium-looks-like-over-time.html

I provided pics of my model which disputed that blanket statement in post #9.

Another peeve of mine is when another collector states that all IF200 early models of the DC-10-30 are inferior and they will all suffer cracks.

http://www.diecastaircraftforum.com/1-200-scale-model-aircraft/251129-inflight-200-alitalia-dc-10-30-galileo-galilei.html

As you can see, that blanket statement was false as well, the Alitalia DC-10-30 model was the 1st DC-10-30 model rolled out by IF200 and it is in immaculate condition 10+years later.

So if there’s anything I can state is that I have stepped up on the DAC and have defended some 1/200 models that many DAC collectors personally own in their collections. If that really bothers you, I suggest you should personally start your own thread on the DAC and post your grievances with such models. ! Creating your own thread on the DAC is pretty straightforward, if you need help I will gladly assist you.

I’ve personally helped out many, many collectors on this forum over the years with their sought after models. Not 1 single DAC collector has ever posted a negative transaction with me. Why, because I go above and beyond when I sell a model to these DAC members. I’ve responded to ‘wanted’ threads, and I’ve posted ‘sales’ threads. Not once has anyone gone into any of my sales posts and called the model ‘Krap’. But you’ve done exactly that and I assume you must be patting yourself on the back for being the 1st! ! You are aware that all the folks that have contributed to this thread and others that have not are just rolling their eyes at your posts. There is only 1 model over the years on the DAC that I would deem ‘krap’ and that belongs to the HM A310 mould. Yep, that one takes the cake. But, I’m confident that the G200 AA757 and IF200 NW/KLM DC-10-30 are definitely NOT krap models. !

I apologize to the folks that have contributed to this sales thread for the lengthy reply to the ‘tarnish’ poster. But, as I promised him it would be a definite reply from me. I wanted to start a new thread, but determined that all the context information was within this thread relating to my reply.

After a discussion with Threshold Aviation (yep, Threshold) the gentleman mentioned that there are folks out there that just like to troll and bully on the forums, based on his experience with running forums. They are a lost cause and should not deem worthy of anymore time with them. I will listen to that advice and make this as my final post on this thread, heck. The model was sold in 10 minutes, but someone had to start some ‘krap’ for whatever personal reasons and I think I’ve managed to put every single negative point he made in this thread to rest. As I mentioned to another gentleman on the DAC who wanted to ‘tango’ with me, there’s more important things in life than to get into a flame war on this forum. Cheers! T7
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Oh my bad, here's some DAC buyer feedback from one of my sales last week.

Just wanted to say that T7 is a top notch seller and communicator. I feel like I've known him for years, and as online friendships go, I consider him one. He describes, sells, and ships models accurately, fairly, safely, and quickly!...five working days from Canada to Southern California!!

T7 emailed me several pictures of the model so I could see its exact condition. Everything that he described was accurate. He also sent pictures of the box packed and wrapped. When received it, it was like opening a present haha. And, of course, he added an a little something extra...a very cool sealed deck of cards - USAir!

Just wanted to give it up to the man for a great transaction. United Airlines N7438U is the only pre 70s UA bird I currently have. My pictures are bad, but there are some anyways!


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Sweet Lordy... who needs the Comedy Channel when we have this place
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Sweet Lordy... who needs the Comedy Channel when we have this place
Yeah. You figure selling a model on the DAC would be a smooth transaction. Like I sold those WW2 corgi models to you a few years back, if it wasn't you it was pigscanfly or skinner (memory is fading in my old age! !); those sure went a long way to their new hangars. Never sent any model that far when I was a DAC newbie.

Simple process to sell on DAC:
1. Post.
2 Respond.
3. Update with SOLD.

But, when you have a person who has nothing better else to do but 'krap' on someone's 4 sale thread; things can go sideways very fast and will get my full attention on my sales thread. I know, I should have just ignored the person; but such insults sort of impacts my objectives for selling the model.

However, just say that such idiotic actions will be met with the appropriate response so that it will curtail him to pursue future moves on his part with mine or other members sales threads.

I'm guessing he made it his goal to slag this particular AA 757 sales thread for who knows what? Then post my IF200 NW/KLM DC-10-30 bird?? What sane person would do that on the DAC? T7
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A special shout out to T7-4ever for this model. It's now part of my AA fleet.
Model arrived as described and was properly packed.
Very reliable seller. Awesome guy to deal with. Buy from him with confidence.
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A special shout out to T7-4ever for this model. It's now part of my AA fleet.
Model arrived as described and was properly packed.
Very reliable seller. Awesome guy to deal with. Buy from him with confidence.
I'm confused... You tried to sell me one a few weeks ago for 2x the price of this listing, and got ahold of this one for what reason?
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