BIG PIA Model

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Hamad
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BIG PIA Model

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Big PIA Pakistan International Airlines AP-BGL B777-200ER Model
in Scale 1/50 available

Today I get an offer from the company which produce Aircraft Models.

See below:
Model No: B777-200
Scale: 1:50
Length: 127.46cm
Price:US$989.00/pc include the metal stand
M.O.Q: 5pcs
Packing: wood box + foam box, 1pcs/ctn

Prices are included Shipping Cost.
But it can depend where you live.
So could be cheaper or bit higher.
Please contact me if interested.

4 Models are available!

It is a big Model like you have maybe already seen in Travel Agencies.
If 4 people are interested we can order it for that cheap price!!!
With PIA Livery.
I think it will be AP-BGL Printing.
I have no pics of the PIA because they have to make it, but here is a British airways from them in Scale 1/50:
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Best Regards / Wa´alaikumusalam
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Post by Nasir »

Can they make it a cutout?

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What do you mean with 'cutout' please explain I will
ask the company then.
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Post by Nasir »

Models that show Cabin interior:

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Post by ConnieMan »

Nasir wrote:Can they make it a cutout?
Proper term is "Cutaway" models, these are the models that shoe aircraft interior and sometimes cut away engines also....

For something like cutaway you are looking at huge dollar numbers ie: 3 times as much as solid models!!. There is a lot more involved in making that sort of model and high detail is required too.
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Ah okay.
I will ask the Company if they can do this.
Best Regards / Wa´alaikumusalam
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Post by Nasir »

Thanks for the correction Connie. Here are a few more pictures for reference:

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You could be looking at £5000-£10,000 Plus for them types of cutaways!
My Aircraft Model Photos: www.flickr.com/haq747
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Agreed. Crying shame is- I think even these are not up to the quality and detail I'd like... :(

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A very good friend on mine has 2 or 3 of these in 1/72nd scale as cutaway models, first one was done as RA-001 similar to Nasir's first picture, second is in Lufthansa's livery with addition as as cutaway showing cockpit details and 3rd one i'm not sure as he took it up north to his cottage before i could see it.

I made all 4 new engines for his 2nd one in Lufthansa livery as he bought it bit damaged at cheaper price of like $500Cdn or so + -,....I have been thinking to buy it off from him but not decided as yet...
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Pictures would be really nice Connie. Since it's a good friend, getting snaps should'nt be a prob, eh? :wink:

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This video shows more my quality standard...

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Nasir wrote:Pictures would be really nice Connie. Since it's a good friend, getting snaps should'nt be a prob, eh? :wink:
I knew this was coming, i do have few pictures of engines that i did for this model, but i'm meeting him on next Wednesday, i'll ask him, i'm sure this won't be a problem at all...

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Karachi office of TWA had a huge cutaway 747 in 1970s colours for almost 20 years in the display window it even had proper landing gears, but its wings had begun to droop perhaps due to the engines. Must have been sold to some junk dealer.