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Herpa E175 (mould: E170) 12 48.00%
Gemini EMB-135 (mould: EMB-145) 6 24.00%
Gemini CRJ-1000 (mould: CRJ-900) 4 16.00%
Gemini SAAB 2000 (mould: S340) 8 32.00%
Gemini DHC-8-300 (mould: DHC-8) 12 48.00%
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Old 03-05-2013, 06:43 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Which variant of an existing modern regional airliner model would you like to see?

Which one would you like to have and which is your favourite under the smallest in this scale?
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I'd prefer to see some new moulds (E190, EMB120) before any of these variants. But you chose the topic, so let's round out the Dash 8 family some more.
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The Herpa ERJ-170 mold has to be seriously upgraded. The side windshield is way off.
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Would like to see some Dash 8-300's in BA liveries, Landor, Utopia, Chatham etc...
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Of those, I'd like to see the EMB-135. Embraers are sorely lacking from my small collection.
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Default Re: Which variant of an existing modern regional airliner model would you like to see

Off topic...I would like to see more Fokker F100/1000/28/4000s with
speed brakes on hinges that open in the rear. I would also like to see B727s with winglets.
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I would like a CRJ-100/200 that doesn't suck. GJ's looked awful when we fist saw the pre-production sample, and after many many months of waiting--the final version looked even worse, if anything.
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Off topic...I would like to see more Fokker F100/1000/28/4000s with
speed brakes on hinges that open in the rear. I would also like to see B727s with winglets.
Dragon Wings has released B727s with winglets in 1:400..

It's a hard choice, i pretty much like everything, but i would go for the SAAB 2000 and the E175..

I guess the best chance has the GJ CRJ-1000 though - as GJ has made models of the -100/-200/-700/-900 series and it has a lot of potential as it is pretty young. Air Nostrum, Brit Air and Garuda have them in service - all three carriers have been done frequently in the past by GJ..
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I guess the best chance has the GJ CRJ-1000 though - as GJ has made models of the -100/-200/-700/-900 series and it has a lot of potential as it is pretty young. Air Nostrum, Brit Air and Garuda have them in service - all three carriers have been done frequently in the past by GJ..
Same thing could be said about the DHC-8 as we have the shorter DHC-8-100 and DHC-8-200 and the longer DHC-8-400 in 1:400.. Only the -300 is missing and is obviously rather popular!
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