Do any 1:400 737s have flat-bottomed nacelles?
I'm particularly looking for a 1/400th 737-700W (or 1/300th) with an all-white nose (e.g. AeroMexico) and with engine nacelles that are flat-bottomed, like the one on the left-hand side in the attached photo.
However I've got a few 1/200th and 1/400th 737s, and notice that most of the 200ths have flat-bottomed nacelles, but the 400ths don't. Does that pattern exist with all manufacturers, even Hogan? I've searched the web high and low but can't find any photos which accurately show if any 400ths have flat-bottomed nacelles; do any of yours?
David Valencia, Somerset
600+ collector, teacher, aviator
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