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Old 06-15-2021, 01:48 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Which 727s would you want from Herpa?

Keep in mind, that this is the manufacturers who gave us moulds such as the An-225 or Tu-95

For me the pretty obvious...

Aviogenex YU-AKD (old logo on tail)

JAT YU-AKK (straight cheatline, big logo on tail)


These where the 727s I'm having the most striking memories of.
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IBERIA 727-200 with correctly colored ‘IB’ logo in tail
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The B 727-200 was a fantastic aircraft, I don't dare to ask for an AF version ...

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Default Re: Which 727s would you want from Herpa?

I would like Herpa to get into making all metal diecast metal models, and move away from plastic. I think they're too good a manufacturer to not offer all diecast models. I have to admit that there is too many things to question "is it metal or is it plastic?" I am willing to bet that masses of collectors don't even bother with Herpa releases because of this.

Now, that said, I'd love to have a Continental 727 in the Black meatball livery
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I have a feeling if they do many they may stick to Continental European liveries so I'd like to see another of these.

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