Originally Posted by TED ATH 33R
On a model, especially a :400 Scale one, certain features, distinctive to a particular type, may, or may not need to be a tad exaggerated. I believe this actually enhances the aesthetics of the model.
Given the above, I find that the AC 767-200s are superb !!!
I too look forward to a Piedmonts and perhaps a Zimbabwe "Z" and an Avianca.
If there is anything that I believe ought to be corrected it would be the nosegear position of the L1011 -- a tad too far aft ?
Otherwise, Andrew's Tristar IS superb, and we stand a chance of seeing some rare birds fly by our neck of the shore that would otherwise not be made @ all.
Eastern polished, British Landor -500s, Pan Am billboard (last), and Air Canada two-tone reds !
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Totally agree on the 767-200's. The wheel/tire size is, in my opinion, suitable for the scale. The fact that the airframe mould itself is near perfect makes it all the more acceptable. So very much looking forward to some Piedmont, especially if we can get some true "polished" bare metal red/blue variants!