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Old 05-26-2019, 09:28 AM   #1
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Just received some more releases from NG and I'm very satisfied. Icelandair, Air Greenland and Ryanair. I never thought I would be able to display so many Icelandair models but thanks to NG models, the numbers are growing. Note, there is one GJ Icelandair on the photos (TF-ISX).

Latest arrivals to my collection.

Thank you NG models.

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Great photos, very realistic.
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Has it been a year yet since we saw the first NG 757 released? Until just about a year ago, we all lived in a world where we simply settled with GJ 757s with the front landing gear that I don't even know how to describe.

Very nice photos! I have several liveries that I'm looking forward to NG releasing as well!

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Hi.
Just received some more releases from NG and I'm very satisfied. Icelandair, Air Greenland and Ryanair. I never thought I would be able to display so many Icelandair models but thanks to NG models, the numbers are growing. Note, there is one GJ Icelandair on the photos (TF-ISX).

Latest arrivals to my collection.

Thank you NG models.

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Thanks for sharing these wonderful photos. NG Models are doing a SUPERB job. The aerials and other details on the roof of the fuselage such as the bump/radome make the model look even more realistic and that is what this hobby is all about. Thanks NG Models for your wonderful releases!
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At first I was like where are the model photos? Then realized 3 planes would never be so close in real life. Great pics!
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Great photos - they look real!
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Thank you very much. This mould(757) has been on the market for a year, and we have received some feedback while performing well. Therefore, we are now working on upgrading it, and you will see a new mould that is more perfect in the middle of this year. The 787 is also being upgraded.


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Has it been a year yet since we saw the first NG 757 released? Until just about a year ago, we all lived in a world where we simply settled with GJ 757s with the front landing gear that I don't even know how to describe.

Very nice photos! I have several liveries that I'm looking forward to NG releasing as well!

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Thanks for sharing these wonderful photos. NG Models are doing a SUPERB job. The aerials and other details on the roof of the fuselage such as the bump/radome make the model look even more realistic and that is what this hobby is all about. Thanks NG Models for your wonderful releases!

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Thank you very much. This mould(757) has been on the market for a year, and we have received some feedback while performing well. Therefore, we are now working on upgrading it, and you will see a new mould that is more perfect in the middle of this year. The 787 is also being upgraded.


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Has it been a year yet since we saw the first NG 757 released? Until just about a year ago, we all lived in a world where we simply settled with GJ 757s with the front landing gear that I don't even know how to describe.

Very nice photos! I have several liveries that I'm looking forward to NG releasing as well!

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Thanks for sharing these wonderful photos. NG Models are doing a SUPERB job. The aerials and other details on the roof of the fuselage such as the bump/radome make the model look even more realistic and that is what this hobby is all about. Thanks NG Models for your wonderful releases!

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Great photos - they look real! [IMG class=inlineimg]https://www.diecastaircraftforum.com/images/smilies/cool.gif[/IMG]
Will you produce the 757 300 and 787 8 with these 'improved' moulds? Keep up the great work ng!
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Thank you very much. This mould(757) has been on the market for a year, and we have received some feedback while performing well. Therefore, we are now working on upgrading it, and you will see a new mould that is more perfect in the middle of this year.
Not to sound like a bootlicker, but I'll be legitimately curious to see how it can even be upgraded; it's already absolutely outstanding.

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Will you produce the 757 300 and 787 8 with these 'improved' moulds? Keep up the great work ng!
757-300 sounds like a fantastic idea.
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Not to sound like a bootlicker, but I'll be legitimately curious to see how it can even be upgraded; it's already absolutely outstanding.



757-300 sounds like a fantastic idea.
A little pylon improvement on the 535C engined variety and a slight remodeling of the 535-E4 engine pods to make them less elongated would create the perfect 757.
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A little pylon improvement on the 535C engined variety and a slight remodeling of the 535-E4 engine pods to make them less elongated would create the perfect 757.
All you mentioned will be improved.
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Absolutely love my ng 757s and 737s definitely one of the best moulds out there. Cant wait to see the upgraded 787 mould and more a330s
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I picked four models from this particular group and I am very happy with them. I ranked them and my over all satisfaction with them here. https://www.diecastcurio.com/ng-mode...els-march-2019
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Thank you for your commitment to the collectors! You all do such a fabulous job both making models and interacting with the hobbyists, I'll continue to vote for you with my $$$!
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Thank you for your commitment to the collectors! You all do such a fabulous job both making models and interacting with the hobbyists, I'll continue to vote for you with my $$$!
Thank you very much, it's our honor. We will keep working hard and bring you more new moulds and products.
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Just ordered Eastern 757. Very excited to receive it, given reviews thus far!
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Before I clicked on the pictures I thought you had posted images of the 1:1s.

Very realistic models.
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Thank you guys for all the nice words. Taking photos of the models is a part of my hobby. I have done like this for all models in my collection (about 380 models now).

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Here is my NG haul from the latest batch, really nice stuff here !











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Just received my Eastern Airlines 757. A real beauty!

Now I simply have to convince my wife that I need to buy more models as soon as possible, budget be damned.

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Just received my Eastern Airlines 757. A real beauty!

Now I simply have to convince my wife that I need to buy more models as soon as possible, budget be damned.
Lol, I posted some pics on the 757 group on Facebook, a former Monarch 757 pilot spotted the Monarch and asked me where he could buy one ? He had a look at the link I sent and duly ordered his. Then he was like "Damn, there's so many I want now, my wife's going to divorce me !"
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[QUOTE=Transpac787;2697830]Not to sound like a bootlicker, but I'll be legitimately curious to see how it can even be upgraded; it's already absolutely outstanding.


I'll sound like a bootlicker! It's perfect! Now, how to add position lights and anti-collision strobes
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Thank you guys for all the nice words. Taking photos of the models is a part of my hobby. I have done like this for all models in my collection (about 380 models now). Steinar
Steinar - you and I have similar photographic interests in the hobby, but you're ahead of me in skill and in total count - I'm at 290 at this point, and slowing down. There will be more acquisitions, buy not many. I plan to load up on NG Models L-1011 Tristars, and fill out a few other thin areas of my collection, but got to draw the line at some point. Keep 'em flying, Doug
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Thank you, Steinar and Big Al, for the great photos.

I'd love to do a 'photo diorama,' but I'm not sure how I'd do it. Al, something like your hangar setup probably would suit my own needs better, because I like to get a bit over the models to show the wing-top printing, while still showing landing gear. Also, it isn't too place-specific, which would be good for the broad range of time and places of my collection.

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Steinar - you and I have similar photographic interests in the hobby, but you're ahead of me in skill and in total count - I'm at 290 at this point, and slowing down. There will be more acquisitions, buy not many. I plan to load up on NG Models L-1011 Tristars, and fill out a few other thin areas of my collection, but got to draw the line at some point. Keep 'em flying, Doug
Thanks Doug. Yes, I have also slowed down a bit buying models. Still space for a few more.... Looking forward to see more from you.

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Thank you, Steinar and Big Al, for the great photos.

I'd love to do a 'photo diorama,' but I'm not sure how I'd do it. Al, something like your hangar setup probably would suit my own needs better, because I like to get a bit over the models to show the wing-top printing, while still showing landing gear. Also, it isn't too place-specific, which would be good for the broad range of time and places of my collection.

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The hangar set up is quick and easy Jim, it's nothing more than a cardboard hangar from eBay and a ground foil I've had for years. I sit it by a window to bathe it in natural light to make it appear more realistic.
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