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Old 03-04-2020, 06:39 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi guys,

picked up a couple of older releases over the past month. I nevertheless think they are really nice and need to be shared.

First off, the Hogan Iberia A300. Love the mold and the details.

Then the Herpa Boeing 737 from Tuifly/Goldbair. Flew on this one with the family, hence was a must have. Replaced the (overly clumsy) wheels with new Hogan's.

Last but not least the Hogan Swissair Boeing 747 in its latest scheme. Arrived in a sorry state, I have to say. Cleaned thoroughly, added new Hogan gear, and used a decal for the cockpit window.

Enjoy the pictures!

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Old 03-04-2020, 07:39 AM   #2 (permalink)
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I like your Hogan Iberia A300, i have one too!! I just wish we could also see the Iberia 767-300 as well..
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...that one day I will see many more colorful JC Wings MD-11 models and the long-awaited Gemini 200 TWA twin stripes 727-200!

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Old 03-04-2020, 08:16 AM   #3 (permalink)
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The Hogan Airbus is excellent.
I have two models, QANTAS (thank you Steve) and Air France delivery scheme.
I bought another AF and made a model with the bar code livery.

It is a pity that this tooling is sleeping somewhere, completely forgotten.

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Congrats! I know the majority of collectors on here now prefer diecast but I miss buying Hogan models. And I agree, their A300 mould is very nice.
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Nice additions....
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Hogan models are very nice indeed, allways liked the A300 and MD11. Have the Swissair 747 too and it is an oldie but still a very nice model. Congrats!
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