Huge and rare 1:72nd scale B747-200 kit for sale. *SOLD*

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Huge and rare 1:72nd scale B747-200 kit for sale. *SOLD*

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I have finally decided to sell this very rare kit after owning it for 10 years and still new in box condition. I bought it from Transport Wings in UK for way more then i am selling it for. Kit is vac-form kit and will require ample model building skills. Model is 38" long with about same in wingspan +- couple of inches.

*SOLD, SOLD*


Comes with:
White metal landing gear set,
Brass photo etch detail set,
Resin flaps fairings,
Injection moulded engine intake and exhaust nozzle caps,
Super detailed decals sheet for Pan Am airlines with window and door details set.

Once built it will be one heck of beautiful model and great conversation piece if done in classic 80's PIA livery!!. You can also mount is pedestal or tri-pod type of large stands as seen on travel agency models.

Asking price: $300.00Cdn plus shipping to anywhere in the world at buyers expanse.
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Do you have pictures to share? If the box is not shrink-wrapped and the parts can be taken out (even if still in a plastic bag), a few pictures of the detail of the parts would help prospective buyers to make their purchase decision.

I know I was greatly disappointed by the Revell 1/144 744 due to it's less than accurate nose, and would have appreciated being able to see it before I shelled out the dough...

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Nasir wrote:Do you have pictures to share? If the box is not shrink-wrapped and the parts can be taken out (even if still in a plastic bag), a few pictures of the detail of the parts would help prospective buyers to make their purchase decision.

I know I was greatly disappointed by the Revell 1/144 744 due to it's less than accurate nose, and would have appreciated being able to see it before I shelled out the dough...
No problem Nasir, here you go....
I pulled it out of the box and its plastic bag for these pictures.

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Btw Rv's 1/144 B744 has more then one issue, too much pointed nose and too much flatness on to of the cockpit area are noticeable.
Try to find one of there original releases from late 70s or early 80s, those are classic versions but 1000 times better then B744 release..

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This kit actually looks really good (and huge!!). I agree, PIA gold/green livery would look superb on this bird :)

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I am open to fair and serious offers also, please don't shy from making them, all i will say "Sure we have a deal or Na it's not enough".... :)

I think it's great deal with spare wings, fin and stabs as part of the package.

I also have mod kit to turn this model into Nasa's B747 SCA 905!, it have all the bits and pieces with decals to do this conversion as long as you have Rv's 1:72 Shuttle model to go on top of it.....I will sell that conversion kit also for another $100 bucks if needed.

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Assembly Instructions Here

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Nasir wrote:Assembly Instructions Here
I can't open pdf files on my PC for some weird reason but Nasir and all, i have the assembly instructions printed that came with this kit on the 2 sheets of papers.

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The PDF is history, notes and instructions and is 16 pages long.

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Someone would need to have a big model like this in his collection....

Make me an offer, don't hesitate to do so...

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looks interesting... but a lot of work for someone who has alot of free time on their hands! :wink:

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Guys this kit has to go now, any serious model builder would know it's a mega project and will take a lot of time to build...any takers????

Ok how about $275.00CDN now!!...

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How about $250 now for anyone of the members on here!!

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Model is back on the market again... :D

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Back on the top again....hehe

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This model is now "SOLD"

It went for good price also, you guys missed it big time...