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This lovely Savoia Marchetti S66 seaplane has landed today. Two hulls/fuselages, three engines with push propellers, triple vertical stabilizer! Gosh they made planes in those days!

First flight 1931, quite a successful airliner with long service, 24 were built.

Those passenger compartments were small compared to (almost) contemporary British and US seaplanes. It must have been fun waving to passengers in the other cabin , and frightening to see the movements between the two cabins

The model is metal, made by a company called Model Power. It is quite accurate when comparing it with pics from the real one. Striking colours! Model Power are announcing some other very interesting classic aircraft on the package, looking forward to their releases!
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What an interesting model, certainly an amazing design. The model looks well made too. I’m assuming there was no access for passengers to get from one cabin to the other.

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Now that's one fine looking plane and a very unique model. Congrats on adding this rare seaplane to your extensive 1/200 fleet. Thank you for sharing your photos on the DAC. T7
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I love these aircraft of the past, The Savoia Marchetti looks very nice and would be in good company with my two flying boats.

The scale, 1/200 and its price make it very attractive.

I don't want to hijack your post but flying boats are so rare, I attach a picture of my two models.

The Latécoère 631 and the Saro Princess were the last attempts to use flying boats for commercial flights.
But there were so many concrete runways around the world after WWII that they couldn't compete with land planes.

Thank you for these pictures.

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Is there a 200 scale model of the Pan Am China Clipper from Raiders of the Lost Ark? I would love to source one of those!





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I love these aircraft of the past, The Savoia Marchetti looks very nice and would be in good company with my two flying boats.

The scale, 1/200 and its price make it very attractive.

I don't want to hijack your post but flying boats are so rare, I attach a picture of my two models.

The Latécoère 631 and the Saro Princess were the last attempts to use flying boats for commercial flights.
But there were so many concrete runways around the world after WWII that they couldn't compete with land planes.

Thank you for these pictures.

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I love these aircraft of the past.
I don't want to hijack your post but flying boats are so rare, I attach a picture of my two models....
If this is a typical hijack, than pleas hijack us Jean Pierre! I LOVE the old flying boats of the prewar era. Such grace and elegance (while being blunt and slow at the same time ). Please post more photos Thijs!

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Such great aircrafts from back in the days. And they seem so big! Is there a comparison pic with a 747 or so to see the size of those planes?
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If this is a typical hijack, than pleas hijack us Jean Pierre! I LOVE the old flying boats of the prewar era. Such grace and elegance (while being blunt and slow at the same time ). Please post more photos Thijs!

cheers, VJ
I think the OP won't mind at all if other DAC members who have classic/rare seaplane models add to this thread, based on his title 'For those who love classic seaplane airliners' would equate to 'hey, if you have any rare seaplane models, please you are more than welcome to share your models on this thread!' T7 I would be up for seeing more of these models in this thread; the more the better to enlighten other DAC collectors!.
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Such great aircrafts from back in the days. And they seem so big! Is there a comparison pic with a 747 or so to see the size of those planes?
Thank you all for welcoming my models.

I attach two comparison pictures with a B 747-400.

I apologise, pictures taken with my iPhone.

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Thank you for the comparison! Those flying boats were really big opposed to other aircraft back then. Amazing.
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Nowadays the general public is used to large aircraft (although the 747 remains to make impression to me when standing in front of the aircraft). But these huge flying boats must have amazed and astonished the people that witnessed them flying at that time. Thanks for the comparative survey JP!

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This illustration compares the largest planes ever built at the time of publication. The "Spruce Goose" is still to this day a monster by all measure.


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DC-10: "Pan Am China Clipper from Raiders of the Lost Ark"

Of course that is not a real Pan Am China Clipper. The aircraft pictured in your post is a Shorts Solent - something never operated by Pan Am. The real China Clipper was a Martin M-130 - an aircraft that was modeled in 1:200 scale by the original Western.

I'd like to find that 1:200 scale Savoia Marchetti that started this thread.
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Love the flying boats. That's a great looking little model.

Thanks for sharing
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DC-10: "Pan Am China Clipper from Raiders of the Lost Ark"

Of course that is not a real Pan Am China Clipper. The aircraft pictured in your post is a Shorts Solent - something never operated by Pan Am. The real China Clipper was a Martin M-130 - an aircraft that was modeled in 1:200 scale by the original Western.

I'd like to find that 1:200 scale Savoia Marchetti that started this thread.
Available from SOCATEC in France, they speak English ...

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You could add the Herpa Catalina and the Atlas mighty Dornier Do X which mine was less cheap chrome and will only need some decals
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I think the OP won't mind at all if other DAC members who have classic/rare seaplane models add to this thread, based on his title 'For those who love classic seaplane airliners' would equate to 'hey, if you have any rare seaplane models, please you are more than welcome to share your models on this thread!' T7 I would be up for seeing more of these models in this thread; the more the better to enlighten other DAC collectors!.

Yes, sure, more pics of seaplanes please!

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The Latécoère 631 and the Saro Princess were the last attempts to use flying boats for commercial flights.

Thank you Jean-Pierre! That Latécoère 631 is exceptionally elegant!
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Such great aircrafts from back in the days. And they seem so big! Is there a comparison pic with a 747 or so to see the size of those planes?

A purely hypothetical get-together . Here you go Baerke!
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What a great thread, I hope we can keep it going!
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DC-10: "Pan Am China Clipper from Raiders of the Lost Ark"

Of course that is not a real Pan Am China Clipper. The aircraft pictured in your post is a Shorts Solent - something never operated by Pan Am. The real China Clipper was a Martin M-130 - an aircraft that was modeled in 1:200 scale by the original Western.

I'd like to find that 1:200 scale Savoia Marchetti that started this thread.
Thanks, but did you notice the wee link at the bottom of my post?
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Great thread! (Gonna rate it 5 stars)

I've always liked flying boats and that era of commercial aviation. I REALLY like that Savoia Marchetti as well. Wow!

Anyone else have some gems to share?
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Check out this fantastic documentary about these prewar beasts:


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Off topic, but the majority of that shot from "Raiders of the Lost ark" was a matte painting...
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Off topic, but the majority of that shot from "Raiders of the Lost ark" was a matte painting...
Indeed it was.
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DC-10: "Pan Am China Clipper from Raiders of the Lost Ark"

Of course that is not a real Pan Am China Clipper. The aircraft pictured in your post is a Shorts Solent - something never operated by Pan Am. The real China Clipper was a Martin M-130 - an aircraft that was modeled in 1:200 scale by the original Western.

I'd like to find that 1:200 scale Savoia Marchetti that started this thread.
As of this writing there are two Savoia Marchettis on eBay. One is priced under $40 and the other is around $55.
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The Savoia Marchetti is an overlooked 1/200 model that is relatively easy to find, beautiful, and inexpensive.
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This lovely Savoia Marchetti S66 seaplane has landed today. Two hulls/fuselages, three engines with push propellers, triple vertical stabilizer! Gosh they made planes in those days!

First flight 1931, quite a successful airliner with long service, 24 were built.

Those passenger compartments were small compared to (almost) contemporary British and US seaplanes. It must have been fun waving to passengers in the other cabin , and frightening to see the movements between the two cabins

The model is metal, made by a company called Model Power. It is quite accurate when comparing it with pics from the real one. Striking colours! Model Power are announcing some other very interesting classic aircraft on the package, looking forward to their releases!

The Marchetti S.66 IS a very cool looking seaplane from a very exciting era in aviation. I too could be pursuaded into parting a few bucks for that one. Yummm!
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A new flying boat has landed in my collection. It is a Lioré-et-Olivier H242. The most famous passenger of this rendition of the LeO H242 was Tintin (from the cartoon), and it is in the Tintin shop in Brussels where I found this model. I checked its dimensions and it is exactly 1:200. The livery is from the cartoon. Metal diecast made by Moulinsart. Execution is a bit fat (struts instead of wires), but very happy with this small little treasure.
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Very interesting.

I will try to contact the Tintin shop in Brussels ....

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Great thread. I have the Dornier Do X in 1:72. A beast. too big to display unfortunately.
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