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Old 08-11-2020, 11:15 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Thai B747-4D7, HS-TGG, a re-review!

Hey all

It's beena while I posted something of decent material, then after looking through all the B747's I bought and have here, thereare a few I need to doa re-review of so firstly off this Thai B747-4D7 from JC Wings the HS-TGG!

So with these photo's I will bring this model to it's rights, it's Thai's B747-D7 from JC Wings the HS-TGG Pathoomawadi, one my Uncle Herman flew with in Business class from Amsterdam to Bangkok on a fe w retour flights but also from Amsterdam too Phuket a few times, he lived in Thailand for a god 17 years so he often came to Netherlands to visit family and flew back and forth every now and then.

Boeing 747-4D7
Thai Airways International "Purple Tail Livery"
HS-TGG "Pathoomawadi"
Scale: 1:200
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So yea HS-TGG has a very important part of my collection so enjoy the gallery, the photo's worked out very well this time, so that too si a nice thing to take on with it.

Here the photo's then:
































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Old 08-11-2020, 11:32 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Here the stand shots, these also worked out very well












Here the final display:

Boeing 747-4D7
Thai Airways International "Purple Tail Livery"
HS-TGG "Pathoomawadi"
Scale: 1:200
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Boeing 747-287B
Aerolineas Argentinas "AA Livery 1986"
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Scale 1:200
Inflight 200

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And my new Banner shot, I will be making more of these for my signature and profile banner at FB


Enjoy the photos guys, sorry for not being active here, just other things that came to mind, real life things and other what nots.

But at least I have a purpose to make cool topics again as these re-reviews go

Rock on and stay safe!
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Old 08-11-2020, 12:54 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Nice addition and love the pics! I really like the display stand JC provides with the placard!
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Old 08-11-2020, 05:24 PM   #4 (permalink)
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Hey thanks

And yea good old wooden stands, just looks more pristine and the name plate also does it justice, JC Wings is the best still even to this very day, jeweled landing lights in the nose gear & main wings as well, it all adds up really
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Looks also nice beside the CARGO version...
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Old 08-12-2020, 10:24 PM   #6 (permalink)
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the ARG B747-287B is more important to me despite that it's very rare too, it's one I bought in dedication of 20+ Argentinean friends of mine from Retro PC Argentina & x-3dfx and yeah they loved it, it has a higher sentimental value in that regard.

the Thai Cargo version I didn't have interest in I seek something else but we all have our preferences in that way, but yea they do look nice together, PAX B747's are more me tbh
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I love all the Thai liveries. The last one on the 747-4 is nice. Thai had five 747-4's left prior to Covid. I read somewhere online that they were going to the graveyard.
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It's a shame the fuselage printing is so off-center. I would have likely returned that, but problem is I would guess most of the examples have the same issue.
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It's a shame the fuselage printing is so off-center. I would have likely returned that, but problem is I would guess most of the examples have the same issue.
sigh ... No not going to happen if ever...

And no I really don't see that problem to be that honest and even if it is a little off center, so what? it's made by real people if you didn't know, nobody is perfect.

Your reply is rather pointless if I have to conclude, you comment won't change or make the model better, I bought this model back in 2017, returning it won't kind of work, this model has a large sentimental value to it my now dying uncle flown with it several times as explained in the TS.
And even if I bought it today, no I would not return it, there are no defects so as that goes, so it seems you lack proper understanding when it comes to the meaning of an actual RMA it's self.

Such replies are worthless to me, they are not only humiliating, they are just annoying, I never asked for such strange unwanted comments, so best to keep such nitpicky comments for yourself, if going to reply in my threads again.
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Very nice ones Goldleader, nice hearing from you again also. Keep up the good work!
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sigh ... No not going to happen if ever...

And no I really don't see that problem to be that honest and even if it is a little off center, so what? it's made by real people if you didn't know, nobody is perfect.

Your reply is rather pointless if I have to conclude, you comment won't change or make the model better, I bought this model back in 2017, returning it won't kind of work, this model has a large sentimental value to it my now dying uncle flown with it several times as explained in the TS.
And even if I bought it today, no I would not return it, there are no defects so as that goes, so it seems you lack proper understanding when it comes to the meaning of an actual RMA it's self.

Such replies are worthless to me, they are not only humiliating, they are just annoying, I never asked for such strange unwanted comments, so best to keep such nitpicky comments for yourself, if going to reply in my threads again.
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I am happy you are happy with the model. I was under the impression this is a forum - a place where people share opinions, ideas and even criticisms. For the record, I am not a very nitpicky collector, but I would not have been pleased with this model. Ultimately the only opinion about your models that matters is yours. You don't need to defend your opinion nor do you need to expend the energy responding to mine. Happy collecting my friend.
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Goldleader,

I am happy you are happy with the model. I was under the impression this is a forum - a place where people share opinions, ideas and even criticisms. For the record, I am not a very nitpicky collector, but I would not have been pleased with this model. Ultimately the only opinion about your models that matters is yours. You don't need to defend your opinion nor do you need to expend the energy responding to mine. Happy collecting my friend.
I second this. It's a forum after all. I cannot see any hostile intent by planemark's comment.
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Old 08-14-2020, 09:52 AM   #13 (permalink)
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Point is I never asked for criticism?

Ggo do that somewhere else please, it's just ranting off someone's desires or killing off one's dreams, So hereby I am asking you to leave out such useless comments.

Got critics? mail JC Wings don't tell me you're really wasting your time.
It's not my problem to deal with, more people for me to block in the end.
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