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Diecast Model Airliners

Classic & Contemporary passenger aircraft
  • 1/200 1968 707 J-STARS
    US Air Force Boeing E-8C (707-300), reg. 95-0121. Joint Surveillance Target Attack Radar System is a joint Air Force - Army program. The Joint STARS uses a multi-mode side looking radar to detect, track, and classify moving ground vehicles in all conditions deep behind enemy lines. The aircraft is the only airborne platform in operation that can maintain real-time surveillance over a corps-sized area of the battlefield. Metal diecast, featuring antennas, rolling wheels with rubber tires that roll, high tech tampo printing. Comes with display stand. looks mean.
    NZ$ 199.00 Each
  • 1/200 1942 DC-3
    This Douglas DC-3/C-47 has had a long and interesting life. Constructed in 1942 as a C47-DL she was sent overseas in 1943. After the war she was purchased by a former WWII pilot and nicknamed “Betsy”. In 1946 she became Cathay Pacific Airways first ever aircraft, and registered as VR-HDB. After being sold in the 1950'she spent the best part of 30 years flying cargo in the Australian outback, before being discovered and repurchased by Cathay Pacific. VR-HDB was then repainted in a 1940s CPA scheme and now hangs in the Science Museum of Hong Kong. Metal diecast with some plastic parts. Rotating props. Landing gear can be displayed up or down. Comes with a plastic display stand. Approx. 10cm x 14cm (3.75" x 5.5")
    NZ$ 95.00 Each
    Out Of Stock
  • 1/200 1959 Air France B707
    Air France Boeing 707-328 F-BHSB "Chateau de Chambord". BHSB was the eighty-first 707 off the production line and was delivered to Air France in December 1959. It was leased to Cameroon Airlines in 1971, then returned to serve Air France from 1974 to 1975. Metal diecast model, with polished fuselage. Fixed metal landing gear and rolling rubber wheels. Approx. 23cm x22cm (9" x 8.75").Comes with a metal display stand.
    NZ$ 185.00 Each
  • 1/200 1968 Air NZ DC-8 ZK-NZC
    Air New Zealand Douglas DC-8-52 c/n 45752-233. 1960's classic narrow-body airliner, powered by 4 x Pratt & Whitney JT3D-3B engines. The aircraft that carried HM Queen Elizabeth II and Princess Anne to NZ in 1974, to attend the Christchurch Commonwealth Games closing ceremony. Interestingly 45752-233 also saw service in Colombia, before being impuonded by the US DEA in 1994. Approx. 22.5cm x 21.5cm (8.75" x 8.5"). Does not include a display stand, but does have a hole for one.
    NZ$ 225.00 Each
    Out Of Stock
  • 1/200 Concorde G-N94AE
    British Airways Braniff Aerospatiale-BAC Concorde G-N94AE, c/n 212. Delivered to British Airways as G-BOAE in 1977. Reregistered as G-N94AE/N94AE for a joint venture with Braniff for flights between Washington-Dulles and Dallas-Fort Worth in 1979. Back to G-BOAE in 1980 when this ended. Last flight to Bridgetown, Barbados for preservation in 2003. Diecast metal model. Comes with a metal display stand, and a double-sided commemorative medal. Approx. 30.5cm x 12cm (12" x 4.75").
    NZ$ 175.00 Each
  • 1/200 UK Flag Concorde ZZ888'RAF
    Royal Air Force "UK Flag" commemorative version of the Aerospatiale-BAC'Concorde ZZ888. Diecast metal model with metal display stand. Approx. 30.5cm x 12cm (12" x 4.75").
    NZ$ 159.00 Each
  • 1/200 1970 B747-100 GE Test
    Boeing 747-121 GE jet engine propulsion test platform. Operated by Pan American World Airways (Pan Am) as N744PA "Clipper Ocean Spray" from 1970 until 1991. As General Electric N747GE, this aircraft served as an airborne jet engine lab from 1992 to 2017. The last remaining member of the once-great Pan Am Clipper fleet, N747GE now resides in the Pima Air & Space Museum in Tucson, Arizona. Diecast metal model. Approx. 35.5cm x 30cm (14" x 11.75"). Comes with a metal display stand. FREE SHIPPING TO NZ ADDRESSES.
    NZ$ 269.00 Each
  • 1/200 1972 SAA 747-244B
    South African Airways Boeing 747-244B. ZS-SAL "Tafelberg", Manufacturer Serial Number (MSN) 20237. 4 x Pratt & Whitney turbofans. A truly magnificent beast. Comes with a metal display stand. FREE SHIPPING TO NZ ADDRESSES.
    NZ$ 275.00 Each
  • 1/200 1980 Boeing 747-200
    Boeing 747-267B MSN 21966. First delivered to Cathay Pacific in April 1980 as VR-HIA this aircraft served with another 4 airlines before joining Rolls-Royce North America as N787RR in June 2005. This 41 year old "Spirit of Excellence" is still active as a RR jet engine Test Platform today. Diecast metal model. Approx. 35.5cm x 30cm (14" x 11.75"). Comes with a metal display stand. FREE SHIPPING TO NZ ADDRESSES.
    NZ$ 269.00 Each
    Out Of Stock
  • 1/200 1985 Air NZ 767-200
    Air New Zealand Boeing 767-219ER "Aotearoa", wide-body Extended Range airliner. ZK-NBA served with Air NZ from September 1985 until March 2005. Diecast metal model. Magnetised landing gear can be displayed up or down. Approx. 23.5cm x 23cm (9.25" x 9"). Comes with a metal display stand.
    NZ$ 210.00 Each
    Out Of Stock
  • 1/200 Spain AF Orion
    Lockheed P-3M Orion. Serial 22-35 of 221 Sqn Spanish Air Force, based at Morón AB, Seville (2018). First flown in 1959, and based on the Electra turboprop airliner, the Orion is a four engined anti submarine maritime patrol aircraft. It's distinctive “stinger” tail boom houses a sensitive Magnetic Anomaly Detector. An internal bomb bay can house a variety of torpedoes and weapons, while underwing pylons can be used to carry anti-shipping missiles or bombs. The P-3’s original mission was to track Soviet submarines during the cold war. Only 168 Pieces worldwide. No display stand. Approx. 18cm x 15cm (7" x 6").
    NZ$ 149.00 Each
  • 1/200 2012 Virgin Australia 737
    Virgin Australia Boeing 737-8FE VH-YIR "Cactus Beach". Finished in crisp white and red livery, and featuring scimitar winglets. Landing gear can be shown up or down. Approx. 19cm x 17.5cm (7.5" x 7"). Comes with a metal display stand.
    NZ$ 159.00 Each
  • 1/72 1930s de Havilland Dragon Rapide BEA
    The de Havilland Dragon Rapide was introduced in the 1930s as a passenger airliner. Shown here in British European Airways (BEA) livery. A twin engined aircraft with tapered wings and streamlined fairings, it proved to be fast and comfortable, and was a very successful commercial aircraft. The RAF used them for passenger and communications duties at the beginning of WW2 and, along with the Royal Navy, used slightly modified Rapides (known as Dominies) for radio and navigation training later in the war. A great wee model. Rotating props, and comes with a display stand. Approx. 14.5cm x 20cm (5.75" x 8").
    NZ$ 79.00 Each

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