Originally Posted by Gold Leader
Wello I have to admit that Hogan like Herpa did amazing pastic models and sometimes they have a livery that isn't diecast metal, also they tend to be more accurate than most metal models, same as how plastic model kits are accurate in most ways.
Plastic is easier to mold it seems also cheaper to produce, but then again 60 a 70 euro's can be paid for a good scale 1:200 plastic model as well, it all depends on who made it and how well detailed it is.
Agree, they are very quite accurate, non of the diecast 777 can compare accuracy with the old hogan 777 so far
. But they getting there, the newer mould are pretty accurate, but just hope they can do a better job for the landing gear