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Old 03-27-2021, 12:28 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I just found some models at a local garage sale and got them at a great deal.
One of them is the LH A320 NEO 1/100 scale. I can't find it in any data base. Anyone know the manufacturer?
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Old 03-27-2021, 02:52 PM   #2 (permalink)
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D-AIUC is not a NEO, but a regular 320
The model looks like A PPC

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Old 03-27-2021, 03:13 PM   #3 (permalink)
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D-AIUC is not a NEO, but a regular 320
The model looks like A PPC
Thank you for the info.
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Well, an A320 with sharklets to be precise

Nice find!

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D-AIUC is not a NEO, but a regular 320
The model looks like A PPC
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It might also be made by Herpa.

Nice model.

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Looks like it could be Herpa. I have this A320 made by them.

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Looks like it could be Herpa. I have this A320 made by them.

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It would make sense for it to be Herpa given they have a Lufthansa license.

I'm surprised they don't print their name on the stand of their 1:100 scale models. None of them on their website have Herpa printed on the stands.
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I should have said that this A320 is a 1/100 model.

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Old 04-03-2021, 06:09 PM   #9 (permalink)
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Hi,

Many years ago I received this gift from my uncle who works at Ryanair. It is a 1/100 scale Boeing 737-800 wearing EI-DCL’s former livery. It is made of strong resin.

Does anyone know what brand the model is and how much it is worth?
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Hi. That’s a nice model. My guess is that it was made by either Executive Display Models, Pacmin or Space Models. Does the model have detachable wings, or is it a one piece moulding? Pacmin models sometimes have their trademark engraved on the underside of the stand. I would have thought your model could make between £100 to £200, but could make more, especially if it’s a Pacmin. Hope that helps

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Hi. That’s a nice model. My guess is that it was made by either Executive Display Models, Pacmin or Space Models. Does the model have detachable wings, or is it a one piece moulding? Pacmin models sometimes have their trademark engraved on the underside of the stand. I would have thought your model could make between £100 to £200, but could make more, especially if it’s a Pacmin. Hope that helps[IMG class=inlineimg]https://www.diecastaircraftforum.com/images/smilies/smile.gif[/IMG]

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Thank you. Yes, the model had detachable wings, elevators and engines but they are glued in place.
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Hmm, detachable engines? In my experience I’ve found that detachable engines are not usually found on Pacmin, Executive Display, or Space Models, wings, tail planes, tail fins, yes. Maybe your model is made by Lupa, Long Prosper or some Chinese company. In the past, I have owned one or two 1/100 737s which had detachable engines. Hopefully some other members on here have some more theories for you.

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