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Alaska Airlines DC-4s
1:144 Alaska Airlines DC-4s
Our Price: $10.00

Alaska Airlines operated 11 different DC-4 / R5D / C-54s.  Of these 11 ships, Starliner Portland was N90449 and Starliner Seattle was N90450.   "North Pole Express" titles were also seen on at least one aircraft, but we are unable to confirm which one.
Capital Airlines DC-4s
1:144 Capital Airlines DC-4s
Our Price: $10.00

Capital operated at least 28 different DC-4 / R5D / C-54s. During this transition period from the DC-4 to the DC-6/7 aircraft, customers didn't want to fly in the “older” round window planes. Several carriers, including Capital fooled customers by painting square window panes making them appear to be newer aircraft.

Alaska Airlines "Flying Boot Scheme" DC-4
1:144 Alaska Airlines "Flying Boot Scheme" DC-4
Our Price: $10.00

Alaska Airlines operated 11 different DC-4 / R5D / C-54’s.  Of these 11 ships, N10205 Starliner Kotzebue was the sole DC-4 to be painted in Alaska’s “Flying Boot” scheme.
1:144 Northwest DC-4's
1:144 Northwest DC-4's
Our Price: $12.00

Northwest received their first DC-4 in March 1946.  Many of the fleet were military C-54's converted to civilian configuration after the war.  The DC-4 carried 62 passengers, was powered by four 1450 hp Pratt & Whitney engines and cruised at 225 mph at 8,000 ft.  The  "Manila " was flown on Northwest's inagural passenger flight from Minneapolis/St. Paul to Tokyo, Seoul, Shanghai and Manila in July 1947.
Flying Tigers DC-4s
1:144 Flying Tigers DC-4s
Our Price: $12.00

At one time or another, Flying Tigers operated over 20 different C-54s (DC-4s).  This set will letter either the early version with the fuselage and wings in natural metal with the script titles, or for the latter version with block titles and the upper fuselage painted white.
TWA C-54 / DC-4s
1:144 TWA C-54 / DC-4s
Our Price: $12.00

While not as well known as the Connies, TWA did operate at least 15 different C-54s (DC-4s).  This decal fits the excellent Minicraft DC-4 kit.  Built up Minicraft DC-4 by John Stokes.
Aero Union C-54s
1:144 Aero Union C-54s
Our Price: $12.00

Chico, California based Aero Union is the largest air tanker operation in the United States. Over the years, Aero Union has operated a variety of types including the B-17, C-54 and now the P-3 Orion.  This set depicts the C-54s that were operated by Aero Union.  Use the Minicraft DC-6 fire bomber retardant tank in conjunction with the Minicraft DC-4 kit.
1:144 Delta Airlines C-54's
1:144 Delta Airlines C-54's
Our Price: $12.00

Delta operated a fleet of 8 C-54B’s (DC-4’s) in this attractive scheme that was also used on Delta's DC-3's

Northwest DC-4s
1:72 Northwest DC-4s
Our Price: $25.00

Northwest received their first DC-4 in March 1946.  Many of the fleet were military C-54s converted to civilian configuration after the war.  The DC-4 carried 62 passengers, was powered by four 1450 hp Pratt & Whitney engines and cruised at 225 mph at 8,000 ft.  The  "Manila " was flown on Northwest's inaugural passenger flight from Minneapolis/St. Paul to Tokyo, Seoul, Shanghai and Manila in July 1947.
Flying Tigers DC-4s
1:72 Flying Tigers DC-4s
Our Price: $25.00

At one time or another, Flying Tigers operated over 20 different C-54s (DC-4s).  This set will letter either the early version with the fuselage and wings in natural metal with the script titles, or for the latter version with block titles and the upper fuselage painted white.
   
 
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