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Old 11-21-2015, 05:12 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Another Concorde livery to be released on the Hogan mold...this time its a TWA concept:

IFCONC1115 | InFlight200 1:200 | Concorde TWA N001TW (with stand) | is due: December 2015 - Aviation Retail Direct

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probably end up doing most of the 'fantasy' liveries Andy. I'd be in for BOAC + EASTERN!!


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Where is the JCW Concorde? And will it have a movable nose?

I already have a few Hogan Concordes, but wanted to see what the JCW model looked like before I bought any more on the Hogan mold. I've held off buying any IF Concordes until I see the JCW model, but I didn't think it would take this long.
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Yeah, I'm not really interested in the fantasy models myself...held off on the VS birds, and this one too. I just bought a second hand Landor BA bird from a fellow DACer (leoteo) here, and for only £65...pretty chuffed with that considering the mental prices previous birds have sold for. The only one I need now is Union Flag bird...though I would also be tempted if BOAC and classic early 70s Air France were released.
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Agreed, a nice "factory fresh" BOAC would be welcome...

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Wow, those BOAC customs look great!
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Not really interested in fantasy models, but maybe there is a market for models wearing the colors of airlines which expressed an interest in the aircraft.

17 airlines :
BOAC 8, Air France 8, Air Canada 4, Air India 2, American Airlines 6, Braniff International 3, Continental Airlines 3, Eastern Air Lines 6, JAL 3, Lufhansa 3, MEA 2, Pan American 8, QANTAS 4, SABENA 2, TWA 6 and United Air Lines 6.
China was added to the list in 1972 for 3.

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Not really interested in fantasy models, but maybe there is a market for models wearing the colors of airlines which expressed an interest in the aircraft.

17 airlines :
BOAC 8, Air France 8, Air Canada 4, Air India 2, American Airlines 6, Braniff International 3, Continental Airlines 3, Eastern Air Lines 6, JAL 3, Lufhansa 3, MEA 2, Pan American 8, QANTAS 4, SABENA 2, TWA 6 and United Air Lines 6.
China was added to the list in 1972 for 3.

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Agree. I think if we get airlines which were interested that would be good. Only should these schemes be on the original prototype shape???? thereby justifying a new mould???

We are at a point where nearly every airframe has been produced. Only 001 F-WTSS & 002 G-BSST Prototypes (different shape wings, Tail,Nose) and 101 G-AXDN.
G-AXDN is interesting as similar to the released 102 F-WTSA (revised nose and wings) but had the original tail section of the prototypes.

Possibly might consider a graft of the plastic kit with a hogan?
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