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Old 07-18-2020, 11:27 AM   #1 (permalink)
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The BigBird 400 747 mould is back. A couple of pics of this month’s Air France 741 F-BPVF release. Well printed, overall very happy to see the reappearance of this mould. Looking forward to the next releases in August.
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Glad to see AC adding the 747 to their monthly releases! I never thought it would happen again. Gotta throw this one in like I have been for the past 5 or 6 years! Air Zaire 747-100 Never been done and a popular one imo if produced in a smallish run. I think Rich would be all over this one!



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I’d be in for a Air Zaire 747-100. Love the classics. I’ll lobby Klink.
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I just wish that the wingtip antennas could be a little thinner!
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I just wish that the wingtip antennas could be a little thinner!
A lot of excitement here, but I'm not sure the mould could not have been a bit more refined to bring it up to current standards. Doug
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Love these AF 747’s, very happy to see this mould back. Yes, it might be the old fashioned cradle mount type and the wing-tip antenna are thicker than they used to be, but despite all that, a very handsome model can still be cast from it, and these new releases are very handsome indeed, especially when viewed in person. Photos don’t really do it justice. The printing is really good on these. They would sit proudly on any 1:400 display/layout.

Air Zaire is a brilliant suggestion, I’m hoping Andrew has some polished versions for possible ‘grails, such as this and others, which have been missed. Swissair chocolate stripe, Iraqi, Air Lanka, United Saul Bass large titles, SAA cheat line with “Super B” & SAA titles are just but a few that could be done on this next go-around!
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I’d love to see a B742 Philippine Airline in red blue cheatline and KL 747 PH-BUG in the 80s light/dark blue color scheme (none euro white) with black dot on radome.
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I don’t mind the thicker antennae, I’ve experienced the heartbreak of easily broken antennae’s on my old Big Bird releases.
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Oh what a coincidence this suddenly appears again ( which I predicted it would!) And just as NG have announce their SP and despite them being adamant they'll 'NEVER' do the 747 again! No refinements on it either from when they were last produced! I'll personally wait till NG do theirs ( which in the long run I'm sure they will!)
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That´s definetively goods news !! If they decided to produce a TWA Twin stripes, I´d be the happiest man on the forum !! I´ve got a TWA Big Bird one and it is begining to suffer some paint bubbles. A catastrophe if I think how difficult it was to have and how costly it turned to be.

By the way, where can this AF model be bought? I´ve made some searches and only found one on eBay...ver expensive indded...
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It looks like they've made a South African 747-200 for July too. I haven't broken an old Bigbird wing tip yet, but if I did I'm sure I'd be supporting the thicker one.

Curious what are stitching pins made of and can these wing tips not be made of that material? I can hardly imagine a pin to snap that easily.
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I’d be in for a Air Zaire 747-100. Love the classics. I’ll lobby Klink.
That would be great!
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5 747s were made. South African Passenger and a Cargo, Air France 747-100 and a -200, and Iran Air 747-100.
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I recently sold my AV400 Iran Air and Kuwait Airways 747s to a fellow DAC member. The wingtips were in perfect shape both wings on each aircraft. Having said that, these are so thin and fragile that I have seen them offered for sale on Ebay with one or both bent or snapped off. I am for the thicker wingtips if for anything else the durability.
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I just wish that the wingtip antennas could be a little thinner!
Almost worth breaking them off as they are like huge vaulting poles!!! That begs the question, have both the 747-100/200 and -400 moulds got the same wingtip aerial,as there are two different moulds?
For the 100/200 series, we desperately need a BOAC -136 done with the correct font titles and polished belly.
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People were criticizing BB Mk3 having the thick wing antennas but praising the same wing antennas from AC.

Anyway it is glad to see this 747-100/200 mould in production again. Really hoping to see Swissair chocolate cheatline livery 747-200 in 1:400.

Are we going to see 747-300 and -400 also? CX old color, JAL Disney Sea, JAL orange Resocha and Northwest Orient 747-400 are badly needed because most of them from BB are rotten into dust.
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You’d better practice your yodeling...
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That´s definetively goods news !! If they decided to produce a TWA Twin stripes, I´d be the happiest man on the forum !! I´ve got a TWA Big Bird one and it is begining to suffer some paint bubbles. A catastrophe if I think how difficult it was to have and how costly it turned to be.

By the way, where can this AF model be bought? I´ve made some searches and only found one on eBay...ver expensive indded...
Looks like they’re available at Jetcollector.com and one version at Eztoys.com
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Indeed. I think we might have only until next month to get it perfected!
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Anyway it is glad to see this 747-100/200 mould in production again. Really hoping to see Swissair chocolate cheatline livery 747-200 in 1:400.
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People were criticizing BB Mk3 having the thick wing antennas but praising the same wing antennas from AC.
I’ll play devil’s advocate here. I’m sure these people know it’s the very same mould, I think it’s more of an acceptance of a minor flaw now that some serious use of this mould will potentially happen again with Aeroclassics. JC has barely touched it since he acquired it. Those sporadic, isolated releases from JC garnered the criticism at the time. For me the criticism still stands, the wing antennas are indeed too thick but the positive side of them not breaking off as easily is a valid point being made, regardless of who is producing them.
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Couldn’t give a rats arse about the thickness of the antennas. This mould captures the nose section of the 747 perfectly. Which to me is important. I can’t enjoy the Phoenix 744 mould because of that bulbous nose.
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I’ll play devil’s advocate here. I’m sure these people know it’s the very same mould, I think it’s more of an acceptance of a minor flaw now that some serious use of this mould will potentially happen again with Aeroclassics. JC has barely touched it since he acquired it. Those sporadic, isolated releases from JC garnered the criticism at the time. For me the criticism still stands, the wing antennas are indeed too thick but the positive side of them not breaking off as easily is a valid point being made, regardless of who is producing them.
I doubt we will ever see the original wing antennas from BB Mk1 or AV400 again. This is good enough for me.

I bought the Alitalia and KLM from BB Mk3, and just got the South African from this AC batch. Hopefully its printing can be as good as the original AC/BB.
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Not sure If I'll get any of them as I'm not really an historic collector. Depends on the releases I suppose. Maybe a CP Air.

Only one I'd get somewhat excited for is a green tail Air Canada
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Couldn’t give a rats arse about the thickness of the antennas. This mould captures the nose section of the 747 perfectly. Which to me is important. I can’t enjoy the Phoenix 744 mould because of that bulbous nose.
Totally agree - the nose of the 747 on this mould is captured beautifully, and that's a very complex area of the 747 to master! This by far outweighs everything else. The Phoenix effort is truly horrendous.

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I doubt we will ever see the original wing antennas from BB Mk1 or AV400 again. This is good enough for me.

I bought the Alitalia and KLM from BB Mk3, and just got the South African from this AC batch. Hopefully its printing can be as good as the original AC/BB.
No, this is the mould we have now and it's good enough for me too. Many here were clamouring for it's return for ages and ages, well it's here so let's enjoy it. The printing on the AF examples is superb, looks just as good as the originals to me. I'm sure you'll be very happy with the South African.
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we'll see what the next few months bring us for 747s. Only a handful planned yet for 2020.
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A lot of excitement here, but I'm not sure the mould could not have been a bit more refined to bring it up to current standards. Doug
Exactly. I'd have at least expected the shiny fanblades to have been tamed, in addition.
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Swissair chocolate would be a sure buy for me!

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Glad to see AC adding the 747 to their monthly releases! I never thought it would happen again. Gotta throw this one in like I have been for the past 5 or 6 years! Air Zaire 747-100 Never been done and a popular one imo if produced in a smallish run. I think Rich would be all over this one!

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Exactly. I'd have at least expected the shiny fanblades to have been tamed, in addition.
I think it has rolling gears
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No rolling gears, and frankly they aren't missed
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Cameroon Airlines 747 would be awesome
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5 747s were made. South African Passenger and a Cargo, Air France 747-100 and a -200, and Iran Air 747-100.
...and ALL in the boring 'Eurowhite' scheme. Delivery schemes with cheatlines were much nicer!
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...and ALL in the boring 'Eurowhite' scheme. Delivery schemes with cheatlines were much nicer!
This was done purposely, to get the factory workers familiar with the new mould.
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