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Old 10-18-2020, 06:41 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Apparently only one 727 in Air Canada's fleet had the polished belly and the database here and diecastairplanes.com don't have a record of it being made.

Would b e great one to add to the collection
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I would second that!
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Sign me up for that immediately please!!
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The Dark Lord is a sucker for Canadian releases.
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That would make a nice Club Model release.
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Apparently only one 727 in Air Canada's fleet had the polished belly and the database here and diecastairplanes.com don't have a record of it being made.

Would b e great one to add to the collection
Brandon.. please let me know the tail number or registration of that aircraft. I'm intrigued
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Brandon.. please let me know the tail number or registration of that aircraft. I'm intrigued
Oh crap! Consider it done!
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Brandon.. please let me know the tail number or registration of that aircraft. I'm intrigued
C-GYNM

but also this one too I don't see on the database:


might be tricky since it has the same registration as the 707 they had, but this was 80's
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C-GYNM appears to be fleet number 439. Not sure why that is, didn't they have 34 B727-200's? Federal Express bought most of them.
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I’d like to a see a DC-9 in that livery re-made. Just like the one you made for your Fuzzy lil Foreigner friend.
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I'd certainly be in for one.
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Old 10-20-2020, 04:01 AM   #12 (permalink)
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If we're doing shiny 727s, is it possible to consider this bird?
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If we're doing shiny 727s, is it possible to consider this bird?
That’s a nice Mexican bird. Never heard of or seen that carrier & livery before, I really like it!

Would be in for a polished Air Canada 727 as well!
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Very nice Mexican 727 is that.Never seen it either.
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C-GYNM appears to be fleet number 439. Not sure why that is, didn't they have 34 B727-200's? Federal Express bought most of them.
I think Air Canada 33 727-233's with tail numbers 405 -439, omitting 413 and 414.
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I think Air Canada 33 727-233's with tail numbers 405 -439, omitting 413 and 414.
Thank you for the info.
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That’s a nice Mexican bird. Never heard of or seen that carrier & livery before, I really like it!

Would be in for a polished Air Canada 727 as well!
Aerolineas Internacionales was a Mexican low cost carrier that operated mid 90s and early 00s.
It's fleet consisted mostly of ex-American 727s, that's the reason it has a polished livery. XA-SKC, shown in the picture, used to be N1906 under AA.
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Aerolineas Internacionales was a Mexican low cost carrier that operated mid 90s and early 00s.
It's fleet consisted mostly of ex-American 727s, that's the reason it has a polished livery. XA-SKC, shown in the picture, used to be N1906 under AA.
Ah I see, interesting. Thanks for the info. Reminds me of the Hawaiian DC-10s, acquired from AA at around the same time. They retained the polished fuselage too.
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Well that didn't work and I can't delete the post
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Something I’d love to see from Aeroclassics in 1/400 and especially 1/200
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