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Old 03-02-2016, 08:38 AM   #1 (permalink)
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This is an interesting new mould from InFlight. What do collector's think of this release?


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These will be cool models I think. I like the USAF version.
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I'll be getting one or both.
I was lucky enough to ride along on several certification flight on the Jetstar when Garrett-Airesearch was testing their 'new' biz-jet high bypass turbo fan engine on this aircraft, and have always hoped that someone would make a model of the Jetstar.

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These two models are very nice, very tempting and at least, they don't take too much space …
A Sabreliner next ? Or a Falcon 20 ... in the Federal Express livery ?

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I like the USAF model, but want to see the pre-pros before committing any money.
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Oh man, I LOVE these.. classic steam gauge bizjets from a bygone era when airplanes looked unique and made noise. Unfortunately I am a 1:400 collector. Hopefully someone will make a small version.. I worked out the math once, it would be roughly the same size as a Saab 340. So I know it can be done.
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These two models are very nice, very tempting and at least, they don't take too much space …
A Sabreliner next ? Or a Falcon 20 ... in the Federal Express livery ?

Jean Pierre.
I would LOVE to see a Falcon 20 in the Federal Express livery. That would ba a great release
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I think it's a fantastic release and a great surprise. Who would have thought they would do a Jetstar over the IL62M.

Would love to have the Kuwait Jetstar.

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The Libyan JetStar would also make a nice model
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It is amazing how 'modern' the Jetstar looked when it first came out, and how 'classic' it looks now with its thick cockpit window posts and turbojet engines.
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