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Lufthansa Cargo DC-8-73F
1:200 Lufthansa Cargo DC-8-73F
Our Price: $6.00

During the mid-1990s, Lufthansa Cargo operated five Douglas DC-8-73APF freighters. The aircraft were originally part of Lufthansa subsidiary German Cargo, but became part of the Lufthansa Cargo fleet when German Cargo was folded into Lufthansa in 1993.  Of the five DC-8s, only D-ADUE was repainted in Lufthansa Cargo colors.
Scale Aircraft Conversions DC-8 Landing Gear
1:144 Scale Aircraft Conversions DC-8 Landing Gear
Our Price: $6.00

We are pleased to offer bagged sets of the Scale Aircraft Conversions replacement metal landing gear for the Minicraft DC8 kits. These metal gear offer a strengthened version of the gear that is included with the kit. Another major advantage to these replacement gear is you can bend the pieces to true up the gear so your model sits squarely on its tires. Please use the Kit postage rates when ordering these parts.
Lufthansa Cargo DC-8-73F
1:144 Lufthansa Cargo DC-8-73F
Our Price: $8.00

During the mid-1990s, Lufthansa Cargo operated five Douglas DC-8-73APF freighters. The aircraft were originally part of Lufthansa subsidiary German Cargo, but became part of the Lufthansa Cargo fleet when German Cargo was folded into Lufthansa in 1993. Of the five DC-8s, only D-ADUE was repainted in Lufthansa Cargo colors.

We also offer this decal with a bagged Minicraft kit for a special price HERE
Pan Am DC-8-62
1:200 Pan Am DC-8-62
Our Price: $8.00

For just over a year in 1970-1971, Braniff DC-8-62 N1803 was leased by Pan Am to be used on the Pan Am / Braniff South American interchange route.  The aircraft wore full Pan Am colors and was named “Jet Clipper Golden Light.”
Mexicana Cargo DC-8-71F
1:200 Mexicana Cargo DC-8-71F
Our Price: $8.00

For a period in the mid-1980s, Southern Air Transport operated a DC-8-71F (N870SJ) on behalf of Mexicana Cargo throughout North America.  The aircraft wore very basic markings on a nearly all-white fuselage.
German Cargo DC-8-70Fs
1:200 German Cargo DC-8-70Fs
Our Price: $8.00

Established in 1977 as a non-IATA subsidiary of Lufthansa German Airlines, German Cargo operated cargo flights on behalf of Lufthansa.  Initially, Boeing 707s were used, followed by Douglas DC-8s, and then later Boeing 747-230s.  German Cargo, and its aircraft, became Lufthansa Cargo in 1993.  This decal provides the markings for CFM-powered DC-8-70s, five of which were operated.
Arrow Cargo DC-8-63s
1:200 Arrow Cargo DC-8-63s
Our Price: $10.00

Arrow Cargo was the final iteration of Arrow Air prior to its shut down and liquidation in 2010. The final paint scheme of bright green and blue was used on its fleet of DC-8s, DC-10s and 757s. Our decal depicts the four DC-8s in this unique green scheme. We suggest using Model Master Sublime Green as a close paint match.
NASA DC-8-72
1:200 NASA DC-8-72
Our Price: $10.00

NASA Dryden Research Center operates a lone DC-8-72 which this decal depicts in the previous NASA livery.
Flying Tigers "Jumbo Jet" DC-8-63CFs
1:200 Flying Tigers "Jumbo Jet" DC-8-63CFs
Our Price: $10.00

In 1945 Flying Tigers became the first scheduled cargo airline in the United States.  Starting in June 1968, Flying Tigers took delivery of five factory-new DC-8-63CFs which were emblazoned with large “Jumbo Jet” titles.  At that time, the “Stretch 8” was the largest passenger aircraft in service until the real jumbo jet, the 747 was rolled out a few months later in September 1968.   The “Jumbo Jet” titles were short-lived, and these five DC-8s eventually ended up with Cargolux and UPS.
Trans Caribbean DC-8-61 (CF)s
1:200 Trans Caribbean DC-8-61 (CF)s
Our Price: $10.00

Founded in 1945, Trans Caribbean Airways operated routes to Caribbean locations from the US east coast.  Our decal depicts the three DC-8-61(CF)s operated by this colorful airline between 1967 and the merger with American in 1971.
   
 
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