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Old 02-09-2020, 04:06 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I was able to get a pair of exceptional models of Airbus A320’s in the classic Canadian Airlines liveries.

The first A320 model, released by BBox (B-320-CP-001 (Aircraft reg: C-FDCA)) wearing the 1990’s Canadian livery and second A320 released by Inflight200 (F3201217 (Aircraft reg: C-FNVV)), wearing the “Proud Wings” Canadian livery, they had before their extinction, due to the Air Canada takeover in January of 2001.

Both models are of exceptional, quality, featuring state of the art, fine superb details, including removable magnetic undercarriages and beautiful elegant display stand.

Both models represent a unique finesse and a new quality standard and execution of model production for the adult collector.

Just by having the option of removable landing gears is an upgrade to any previous A320 in 1:200 scale.
The nose undercarriage swivels and the main gears are well detailed!

In my opinion these A320’s are the best of the best and far superior than any of previous A320’s, I’ve seen in this scale. I’m very impressed and awed by their level of detail!

Enjoy these stock pictures for now, until I get a chance to take additional photos for your enjoyment, of these truly beautiful classic and one of a kind, Canadian Airlines A320’s.
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Old 02-10-2020, 03:36 AM   #2 (permalink)
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The pictures speak for themselves.
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Really so nice this mould of A320..
Thanks for the pics.
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The proud wings livery is nice
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I really liked these liveries a lot. Nice to see them on A320's. My only grief is the title typography on 'Canadi>n' is rather thick—especially on the 5 continent one (I forget the actual livery name right now). Outside of that, nice effort. I'll continue to wait.
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I really miss Canadian Airlines. They sure knew how to treat passengers
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I really liked these liveries a lot. Nice to see them on A320's. My only grief is the title typography on 'Canadi>n' is rather thick—especially on the 5 continent one (I forget the actual livery name right now). Outside of that, nice effort. I'll continue to wait.
The models are really nice. I think the livery looks fine. I can’t find any fault.
I was quite surprised to find these models, here in Australia.

I took the “Proud Wings” version at work and put it on display on a shelf above my desk.
It’s being noticed and admired a lot, by my colleagues.
It really enhances my desk appearance and it gives a bit of character as it advertises my Canadian origins.
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I really miss Canadian Airlines. They sure knew how to treat passengers
Yes, Canadian Airlines was a unique airline, far better than Air Canada.

I remember seeing them, watching them take-off and land at Pearson’s airport.
I was quite shocked when they just disappear one day back in 2001 and when their airplanes were painted on that hybrid Air Canada/Canadian livery.

Canadian Airlines should have bought out Air Canada and not the way it happened...
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I also miss seeing this classic airline, was never a fan of the current Air Canada by the way...
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