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Old 03-29-2007, 03:17 PM   #101
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unless its on their right now and im not seeing it.
I tried looking for it, buts its not in there.
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time to add the hogan 748 to the database no? so i can add it to my wishlist and people can add it to their collections? unless its on their right now and im not seeing it.
i tried adding this to my wishlist / collection. not there in multiple attempts. heck, there isn't even an option for B747-8 in drop down menu!
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time to add the hogan 748 to the database no? so i can add it to my wishlist and people can add it to their collections? unless its on their right now and im not seeing it.
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i tried adding this to my wishlist / collection. not there in multiple attempts. heck, there isn't even an option for B747-8 in drop down menu!
Relax gentlemen! Give the DAC team members some time to add it in. After all, it ain't the end of the world if it's not there.
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im gonna forget that i want it!!!
haha just kidding.
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Old 03-29-2007, 09:48 PM   #105
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wow last year huh. comon...release it to the public darn it!

theres no reg on that LH 748, daihc wont want it!
only a small quantity was produced for LH via Boeing, specific instruction was given to leave out the a/c reg no...

due to license issue, the LH will not be released due to license issue... if Hogan is able to obtain a license agreement and with Lufthansa's permission then the 747-8IC can be produced for general retail.....
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im gonna forget that i want it!!!
haha just kidding.
HAHAHA!
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Got 'em. 2 of them. Please enjoy the photos guys!










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sweet pics! cant wait till the regular release comes out!
first hogans for you?
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btw guys its released on their site now
BoeingStore.com : Product Catalog : Models.
have fun giving your monies to boeing!
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sweet pics! first hogans for you?
yap! first ever Hogan models for me! I ain't Hogan virgin no more! errrr.

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released on their site now
BoeingStore.com : Product Catalog : Models.
have fun giving your monies to boeing!
lol! u know u'll be donating money to Boeing yourself too!
(how much is regular release anyway?)
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im hoping its going to be $32msrp but im sure tapemeister knows better than i do. i dont want to spend extra on a stand. boeingstore charges about $5 shipping too adding to the cost
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Boeing's website says these are decaled. Is this accurate?

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It's' not decaled.. Made with tempo pad imprinting, same as rest of the Hogan models..
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is it currently ate the boeing museum of flight gift shop?
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Old 03-31-2007, 01:31 PM   #115
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To me the wooden stand it's really look like a Risesoon release, the Hogan release nomally comes with a plastic stand, & it cost $49.95 from official Hogan web site instead of $39.95 from Boeing store.
https://www.200scale.com/component/p...art/Itemid,31/

BoeingStore.com : Product Catalog : 747-8IC SPECIAL EDITION MODEL.
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To me the wooden stand it's really look like a Risesoon release
i agree with u that the stand looks like that of risesoon's. some didn't agree though.

Herpa stand is cool too. Kind of small and I am worried that planes will tip right over.

i've never seen hogan stands. is it bigger than herpa? this pix make it look much bigger than that of Herpa stands.
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does the boeing shop one come with rubber tires or did you change them? and if it comes with them does the normal hogan release will come with them too?
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And are the gear on the Boeing Store version removable? That is one feature of Hogan that I really like.

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its already a fact that its a hogan. made with perhaps a boeing-speced stand
risesoons dont have color coordinated landing gear doors and dont have wing roots like that

its comes with the rubber tires and 200scale.com in my opinion overcharges or charges the msrp. so there you guys go.

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its already a fact that its a hogan. made with perhaps a boeing-speced stand
risesoons dont have color coordinated landing gear doors and dont have wing roots like that
no doubt! kaitanium's right! it even has HOGAN imprint on belly of this model!

I have a feeling that this stand is neither HOGAN's nor RISESOON's. because i think i saw similar stands for RISESOON (Exclusive for Boeing) models (ie. CI B744 dreamliner) as well as this HOGAN dreamliner.

That rod connects model to the stand base can easily be changed / replaced / modified to fit either HOGAN or RISESOON models. u just have to screw the rod in using 2 screws at the base, that's all.
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To me the wooden stand it's really look like a Risesoon release, the Hogan release nomally comes with a plastic stand, & it cost $49.95 from official Hogan web site instead of $39.95 from Boeing store.
https://www.200scale.com/component/p...art/Itemid,31/

BoeingStore.com : Product Catalog : 747-8IC SPECIAL EDITION MODEL.


I rather would get the Hogan Wings model. I will get the Hogan Wings one and mabye some of the others they have including the 767-300BCF and the 777-200LR.
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hello? not paying attention or something? BOTH PICTURES of the model ARE HOGANS!

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hello? you guys not paying attention or something? BOTH PICTURES of the model ARE HOGANS!
i am losing my words, LWT.

Yeah! buy Hogan Model and not the Boeing store model! Don't be donating more money to Boeing!!!
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Hi,

So why do you prefer buy Hogan model? Whats the real different between Hogan and Boeing Store models except the stand?

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for the third time
BOTH PICTURES of the model ARE HOGANS!
no difference between boeing store and hogan's regular release except for the stand and maybe the box (at least for this 748)! both are made by hogan!
so if hogan makes boeing store's 748 models, then its a HOGAN. and if hogan makes hogan models then hogan models are HOGAN.

i hope you guys arent playing with me on purpose

and just so i can beat this rather entertaining topic dead...
this is a HOGAN (regular cheaper release) that isnt widely avaliable in stores yet

and this is a HOGAN, just different stand sold and made exclusively by and for the boeing store. the wooden stand doesnt negate the fact that it is a HOGAN. but in case you were wondering if you go to risesoons website, you will notice that their models, the ones made exclusively for boeing (not necessarily the store) also have this same stand which leads me to conclude that ANY 1:200 model made for boeing itself will have this standard stand perhaps specified by boeing.

case and point...
risesoon eva 773ER produced exclusively for boeing has the stand.

risesoon cal 744 has the stand also

also other various models that arent labeled as exclusively produced have this stand too for really no reason.
shall i list other examples?

basically my theory is that 1:200 models regardless of manufacturer that are made for boeing exclusively will have that stand.

sorry that was long winded, by the way did i mention that both 748s shown above were HOGANs?

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for the third time
BOTH PICTURES of the model ARE HOGANS!
both are made by hogan!
then its a HOGAN.

and if hogan makes hogan models then hogan models are HOGAN.

this is a HOGANand this is a HOGAN,
HOGAN!
simply amazing. That was so 'entertaining'(?)

LWT, my post must've gone unread...

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kaitanium's right! it even has HOGAN imprint on belly of this model!
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for the third time
BOTH PICTURES of the model ARE HOGANS
Of course I had already understood that even if my english is not perfect...
I just asked why do you prefer buy the model from Hogan website instead of Boeing Store... (You said "Don't be donating more money to Boeing") But on the Boeing Store the model is the least expensive, isnt it?

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I just asked why do you prefer buy the model from Hogan website instead of Boeing Store... (You said "Don't be donating more money to Boeing") But on the Boeing Store the model is the least expensive, isnt it?
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another difference that i see is are the tires the one hogan made for boeing has rubber tires and the other one the old ones(metall plastic whatever)
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Of course I had already understood that even if my english is not perfect...
I just asked why do you prefer buy the model from Hogan website instead of Boeing Store... (You said "Don't be donating more money to Boeing") But on the Boeing Store the model is the least expensive, isnt it?
nope, boeing store should be more expensive
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another difference that i see is are the tires the one hogan made for boeing has rubber tires and the other one the old ones(metall plastic whatever)
i guess only tapemeister can confirm that!
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boeing store should be more expensive
i would assume that kaitanium is right on this one. we'll have to wait and see once regular model is released in May; unless someone already knows about regular release.
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yea, other than the big a380, very few hogans are $39.99 for a regular release.
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Got 'em. 2 of them. Please enjoy the photos guys!
Thanks for the pics! I did enjoy them!
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i agree with u that the stand looks like that of risesoon's.
FYI, some exclusive Hogan models do come with the wood stand.
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...200scale.com in my opinion overcharges or charges the msrp.
diecastairplane has the B747-8F for $34.95. I suspect the IC model will be the same price too, although it is not listed on their website yet.
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hello? not paying attention or something? BOTH PICTURES of the model ARE HOGANS!
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i am losing my words, LWT.
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for the third time BOTH PICTURES of the model ARE HOGANS!

sorry that was long winded, by the way did i mention that both 748s shown above were HOGANs?
Relax gentlemen! After all it's just a model! There is no point for confusion here. For those who want these models (IC & F) badly but not sure which or where to get them, I suggest that you be a little patient as not all retailers have announced that they will be selling them. When they do, you can make your decision later. After all it's just a model! Gee, glad that I am not planning on acquiring this model, unless it comes with a real Boeing registration after its maiden fligh! '
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yea, other than the big a380, very few hogans are $39.99 for a regular release.
Maybe it should be slightly less expensive since the B747-8 is the closest competitor to the A380 but only smaller and carries less pax & payload.
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Since theyre both Hogan's mould, what's a few dollars one way or the other? I just supported the Boeing store and couldn't be happier. If you want this bird now, its there.

The Boeing Store model pic is confusing as it lacks nosegear doors and is grainy at best.

Thanks to Jason'a pics and Kaitaniums triple-threat-plead , the mystery is solved. They're all Hogan's mould. !

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The Boeing Store model pic is confusing as it lacks nosegear doors and is grainy at best.

Thanks to Jason'a pics and Kaitaniums triple-threat-plead , the mystery is solved. They're all Hogan's mould. !
oh, u r right! i don't see nosegear door on boeing store pix! good eye! i wear glasses and i still didn't see it! lol!!!
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Are the gear removable?

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If you see Jasons pics, the gears are separate and need to be inserted. I like this in case you want to do a gear up display.
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@ jasonsw your one has the cargo doors right? i can see them on the pics
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Old 04-03-2007, 10:29 PM   #144
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diecastairplane has the B747-8F for $34.95. I suspect the IC model will be the same price too, although it is not listed on their website yet.
Just a heads up: The Boeing store is selling the pax version for 39.99, plus 7.95 (USA domestic), shipping via FedEx.
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where did you get those cones at? or did you make them? a like them
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@ jasonsw your one has the cargo doors right? i can see them on the pics
yeah, has cargo doors just like any other B747s came before B747-8IC. Hope this helps buddy!

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these cones i got from UK ebayer. these cones got 'anchor' thing where u just stick them into ground and won't blow away in wind. i need more! i got only 15 or so. hehe. c ya around buddy!
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Old 04-04-2007, 02:26 AM   #147
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I am searching for one of the very limited Lufthansa models of the 747-8 by Hogan - if anyone can help to get hold of one me please leave me a private message.

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only a small quantity was produced for LH via Boeing, specific instruction was given to leave out the a/c reg no...

due to license issue, the LH will not be released due to license issue... if Hogan is able to obtain a license agreement and with Lufthansa's permission then the 747-8IC can be produced for general retail.....

thats what tapemeister said. looks like youre out of luck Dr.! tapemeister speaks hogan truth
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Old 04-04-2007, 02:36 AM   #149
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I know! I'm looking for any models which might be "superfluous to needs" in Germany - and will pay for the same! My collection, albeit small, has a couple of "specials"!

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My collection, albeit small, has a couple of "specials"!
Dr. C, care to share those "specials" with us?
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