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Old 12-17-2011, 05:36 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I've just seen this on Ebay. It is incredible, Hogan had a DC8 mould and they never released it !!! It is a real new for me, anyone has more informations about it? In each case I don't understand Hogan politicy, they have some very interesting moulds and don't release them (or underuse, like for example the ERJ 190)...

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Old 12-17-2011, 09:54 AM   #2 (permalink)
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what a waste of mother nature's resources not to use this mold
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This airplane looks fantastic. Why did they never release it?
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I had this model in my possession back in 2007 and had to give it up as I had to send it to Delta for review.. Obviously never accepted!
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wow, how completely disappointing that they have never used this mould
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Old 12-17-2011, 07:32 PM   #6 (permalink)
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Holy moly, I never knew the mold existed! God knows why it was never accepted or why hogan never released the model in different liveries.
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The same goes to Hogan B767-400 mould. They used it once only. What a waste!
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The 767-400 was produced in continental and Boeing house colours (world tour 1999).
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Well if Hogan is ever hurting for business or short on cash all they would have to do is make use of those two moulds or any others they may have hidden and they would be back in the money.

That DC-8 does look inviting even for me being a 707 nut. I wonder if they have one of those laying around


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Old 12-18-2011, 10:43 AM   #10 (permalink)
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don´t forget 727-200 (1x), 737-200 (3x), 737-500 (4x beside these AIR DO stuff) and 737-600 2x), 757-300 (4x), a340-200 (1x), a340-500 (2x) and a318 (1x) - also some rarley used moulds compared to 747-400 (110x)
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I agree and the Caravelle mould has been completely forgotten too ...

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Hogan is planning to release a DC-8 in the new year. Can't remember the livery though although I would love to see the following based on the models Hogan has released of these airlines before:

Swissair
KLM
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