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Old 10-02-2011, 03:30 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Will JC Wings make a 747-400?

I really hope to see a 747-400 in Singapore Airlines BILLBOARD colors as SQ744 is going to be phase out in 2012.

The only hope is JC Wings to produce it, but JC doesn't seems to have 744 mould. Inflight200, GJ, Hogan all impossible.
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Old 10-02-2011, 05:10 AM   #2 (permalink)
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I would join you and I hope to see JC/AV/GJ make a better B747-400 mould with a single piece fuselage construction.
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Not that I prefer, however JC could use exisiting IF200 B744 mould as AV200 used it. Hope to see Korean Air or Asiana old color sometime soon.
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Only hope is JC, as they are the only one producing Asian carrier...
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Old 10-04-2011, 12:20 AM   #5 (permalink)
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I am still hoping for my SQ 744, 1000th Boeing, 9V-SMU, pre Star Alliance days with the MEGATOP titles.
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they can make it, but it will very likely come in a white box with no packaging. it'll be a IF200 mould i'm sure.
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I think that IF200 could release this, hopefully as a reminder that SQ had them and not just whalejets.
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SQ has PW engines, so any existing mold would be wrong. No one has yet made a correct NW/UA/DL/SQ 747-400 model because of this. (except in 1/400, because Dragon actually made separate PW and GE engine molds)

If Dragon can make $20 744's with both GE and PW engine molds, for $200 I expect the same. The difference is even more obvious in the larger scale.
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SQ has PW engines, so any existing mold would be wrong. No one has yet made a correct NW/UA/DL/SQ 747-400 model because of this. (except in 1/400, because Dragon actually made separate PW and GE engine molds)

If Dragon can make $20 744's with both GE and PW engine molds, for $200 I expect the same. The difference is even more obvious in the larger scale.
Very well said David... I totally agree with you. I do hope that KE will have correct PW engines if gets released.
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