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Old 03-03-2014, 12:28 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi guys, i want to share some pictures of big scale models which i took during last month's SG Airshow. I bet you guys would love to have them in your collection

From the Boeing booth

B777-X HUGE model! Fantastic details as well, i wonder how much it cost Boeing to have this one made








The smaller scale models


737 MAX-8


787-8


787-9


787-10


777-300ER


From the Airbus Booth

A350-900 cut-away model - Business section


Economy class, looks very well built!


A332 - recently launched short range low cost version?


A320


Massive A380 hanging from the ceiling


From Lufthansa Technik

B787 cut-away business jet


Forward lounge


Working miniature screens
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Old 03-03-2014, 12:29 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Korean Aerospace Industries T-50


From Russian Helicopters booth

Kamov KA32 CSAR


MI24 Hind


Hope you guys have enjoyed the pictures!
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Old 03-03-2014, 12:40 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Thank you very much for posting these, I always enjoy seeing these large scale display models, earning their keep

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Amazing and awesome
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just one word: AWESOME! thanks for sharing the photos :-).
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I've got dibs on the Triple 7X! hee hee! Amazing photos and thank you for sharing them! Cheers! T7
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nope|! AWESOME and AMAZING!! i'll take ONE OF EACH of the jetliners!!!! thanks for the pics!!
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Hi SgtMoody,

Wow!

Thanks so much for posting the pics and information.

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Fantastic.. I'm sure I could find some space for the 777X....
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Old 03-03-2014, 05:57 PM   #10 (permalink)
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Thanks guys, glad you all liked it. That 777-9x is very yummy!
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Old 03-03-2014, 05:59 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Superb, true works of art. congratulations for great photos.

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Dam I'd love to have that one.
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I LOVE them ALL !!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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they should have displayed the manila folder 777!
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Nice and simply awesome especially on the cut-away, superb detailed scale models.
Thanks for sharing. ..
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they should have displayed the manila folder 777!
They cant afford that The Manila777 is too fragile to be going places, should be at the Smithsonian instead
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Curious, what is the scale of the A380 hanging from the ceiling? 1/25? 1/50? Looks bigger than a full size Piper airplane, hee hee!
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Curious, what is the scale of the A380 hanging from the ceiling? 1/25? 1/50? Looks bigger than a full size Piper airplane, hee hee!
Im guessing about 1/50ish~, it isnt really that big. About 1/2 the size of the 777X
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I will third that!

Im guessing about 1/50ish~, it isnt really that big. About 1/2 the size of the 777X
Yep, it must have been the angle/belly shot of the whale that is the A380 that threw me off on the scale.

If the Boeing Co. exhibitors need a place for storing the T7x model, I'd be more than happy to volunteer! I promise to dust the model 2 times a day, and clean it weekly with a damp microfiber cloth.
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Old 03-03-2014, 10:26 PM   #20 (permalink)
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Thanks for posting Sgt. those are awesome shots of awesome one off models. Attended Paris Airshow several times and spent more time observing those ultra large scale models than the real ones outside on static displays. Have bought and sold some large models - a 1/32 scale 747 and a 1/35 scale Concorde to name a couple. But I can imagine for the price of that 777-9 one can buy a car . Again thanks for the spectacular pix

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Those are seriously awesome models !! ESPECIALLY the B777-9X.

I would REALLY love that model,but it would cost an astromical sum of money to buy
it -IF it can be bought !

One a much more "tame" subject,I'm so amazed that NONE of the 1/144 kit
manufacturer have produced the Boeing 777-300ER let alone the 9X !!
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Sorry should read astronomical (my typing mistake)
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I heard they give these away at the end of the show/exhibit, if you stay last...





Yeah right!
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I heard they give these away at the end of the show/exhibit, if you stay last...





Yeah right!

Rui... I'd book a ticket to the show (Singapore) and camp outside the show grounds if that were true... just for the 7779x! But my only problem is would I be number 1 in line??? .... Yeah right
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Old 03-04-2014, 08:43 PM   #25 (permalink)
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Hello guys, here are some more pictures from the previous air show 2012! enjoy!

Airbus A350


ATR




SSJ 100


Beriev - Nice! Im sure many people would love this


MC21 - Whatever happened to this project?


Suhkois




Eurofighter


I would love to know what happened to this massive cutaway!
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