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Hasegawa 1/200th

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ZD951 is the same aircraft as the white shown much above, in the sand painting applied for "Desert storm".

But is a different model kit with the refueling probe and extended front gear added, and the moving stab modification.

I'll try to post better pictures in day light conditions.

Probing glances may have noticed that on the white one, the high speed ailerons are too short (not as long as they should be). This kind of thing that I had not notice at first. They have been corrected on this one,

Another notable thing about the Hasegawa RAF kit. The decals cannot be used as such on a -500.

The details (doors, windows, roundels) have been oversized to figure out a three doors configuration in the space of four through out the fuselage. It works with a full size Tristar (-200) to fool the eye. Not anymore on the shorter -500.

 

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Nice work! I am a fan of the 200 Loveliners, but never thought to do extensive surgery on them (although I did open up the forward baggage hold on a 737-200)

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Sorry about the mishap in post #20 above.

Links to former threads are active again.

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A smaller one on the bench : DC-9

 

Flaps 

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Slats completed :

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Waiting for the DC-9 to be completed, a new comer :

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And at last, the DC-9 landed...

Airborne :

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Approach, then flaps out :

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And finally reverses on :

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I'm very interested in how you do this, AV O. Incredible work! I started cutting off the flaps on my 747 at one time but didn't have much references as far as actuators and gave it up.

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Last one on the runway :

Hasagawa 1/200 B-737-700 ANA

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Thank you le_boz.

Here's picture of the family waiting to be updated :

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Cheers.

AV O

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Whow,

I like the idea as well to have 2 different liveries on 1 plane, that save quite a lot of space at home,

Look forward to see your updates,

Cheers,

Boz

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On 02/12/2015 at 7:53 AM, le_boz said:

I like the idea as well to have 2 different liveries on 1 plane, that save quite a lot of space at home,

Cheers,

Boz

The reason why is told down here post #13 :

http://www.arcforums.com/forums/air/index.php?showtopic=176913

But it sure does save space.

I did it for fighters as well :

EMHAR 1/72 Demon

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AIRFIX 172 Skyray

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At last, the thread has its pictures back.

 

Cheers.

 

AV O

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After some brainstorming, I finally managed (like I did on the B-747) to get the stab moving as you may notice on the pictures :

This B-727 is a different model than the one shown earlier above,  though it sports the same  livery and registration :

 

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Another one on the way to be completed. Only the engines are missing.

 

B-767-300 Lauda Air :


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You can compare different aircraft sizes with these pictures showing an MRJ (1/200th FineMolds), next to a GE Nx for B-787 and the B-767 or the DC-8 (Doyusha).

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The B-767-300 landing with her engines fitted.

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AV O,

 

Tell me (us) about the "runway" base.  Is it home made or is it available for purchase somewhere?

 

LOL ! seems to be a lot of airlines landing about 1000 ft short of the touchdown zone.   😄   👍

 

C2j

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On 3/15/2020 at 7:24 PM, Cubs2jets said:

AV O,

 

Tell me (us) about the "runway" base.  

 

LOL ! seems to be a lot of airlines landing about 1000 ft short of the touchdown zone.   😄   👍

 

C2j

This has been discussed some time ago :

 

https://www.britmodeller.com/forums/index.php?/topic/27699-airliners-twin-jets-squadron-1200th/&tab=comments#comment-310474

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Posted (edited)

P-8A Poseidon VP-45 Pelicans (Hasegawa)

 

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Posted (edited)

C-40A Clipper  (Hasegawa 1/200)

 

This aircraft is a kind of WIF.

I was seen with this livery without winglets :

 

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Boeing_C-40_Clipper#/media/File:C-40A_Clipper_VR-59_041127-N-4518M-007_US_Navy.jpg

 

and later with them but in a more dull scheme :

https://www.flickr.com/photos/i9i_photography/43107550250

https://www.airliners.net/photo/Untitled/Boeing-C-40A-Clipper-737-7AFC/2347537/L

 

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Together with the "Poseidon" :

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You may have a notion of their size (cm) :

 

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