|Airbus A300B4 1/200 Die Cast Model|
1984 Globe Livery
Launched in 1972, the Airbus A300 was the world's first twin-engined widebody jet airliner. A replica of "Clipper America," an A300B4 variant (the major production version) flown by Pan Am, this limited edition, 1/200 scale, die cast Herpa Wings model features simulated cockpit and cabin windows, realistic engine nacelles with intricate fan blades, extended landing gear with rolling wheels and real rubber tires, and a razor-sharp Pan Am "Billboard" livery from 1984. Measures approximately 10½" long with an 8¾" wingspan and arrives ready to display.
|McDonnell Douglas DC-9-30 1/200 Die Cast Model|
"N996Z," Trans World Airlines
A replica of a McDonnell Douglas twin-engine DC-9-30 flown by Trans World Airlines, this limited edition, 1/200 scale, die cast InFlight 200 model features simulated cockpit and cabin windows; realistic engine nacelles; antennas, simulated lights and other fine add-on parts; a prototypical T-tail; intricate landing gear with free-rolling wheels and real rubber tires; an authentic TWA livery; a limited edition card; and more. Measures approximately 7¼" long with a 5½" wingspan and arrives ready to display.
Did You Know? Production of the DC-9 aircraft family ended in 2006 after 41 years and nearly 2,500 units built.
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