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1:144 Aero Union B-17 Tankers
1:144 Aero Union B-17 Tankers
Our Price: $5.00

Chico, California based Aero Union operated four B-17 fire bombers during the 1970's.  This set will depict any one of the four aircraft.  Set includes detailed aircraft profiles and histories on the two-sided instruction sheet.  For the Minicraft kit in 1:144 scale.
TWA B-17
1:200 TWA B-17
Our Price: $6.00

TWA's President, Jack Frye was in the market for a long range aircraft to search out new air routes in the Middle East. Boeing - Seattle sold a post war B-17, 44-85728, to TWA with modifications as a VIP transport. A spartan airline interior was installed. The passenger compartment included seven airline seats, a bunk, office desk and a bathroom. There were rumors of a large overstuffed seat in the nose. First licensed as Experimental NX4600, it became NL1B with TWA as a Limited category aircraft.  This aircraft flew only for only one year. It was sold in 1947 to the Shaw of Persia (later Iran) registered as EP-HIM. It was then sold once again to France, flying as F-BGOE. This one of a kind B-17 was scrapped in France in 1970.
1:144 TWA B-17
1:144 TWA B-17
Our Price: $8.00

TWA's President, Jack Frye was in the market for a long range aircraft to search out new air routes in the Middle East. Boeing - Seattle sold a post war B-17, 44-85728, to TWA with modifications as a VIP transport. A spartan airline interior was installed. The passenger compartment included seven airline seats, a bunk, office desk and a bathroom. There were rumors of a large overstuffed seat in the nose. First licensed as Experimental NX4600, it became NL1B with TWA as a Limited category aircraft.  This aircraft flew only for only one year. It was sold in 1947 to the Shaw of Persia (later Iran) registered as EP-HIM. It was then sold once again to France, flying as F-BGOE. This one of a kind B-17 was scrapped in France in 1970.
1:72 Aero Union B-17 Tankers
1:72 Aero Union B-17 Tankers
Our Price: $8.00

Chico, California based Aero Union operated four B-17 fire bombers during the 1970's.  This set will depict any one of the four aircraft.  Set includes detailed aircraft profiles and histories on the two-sided instruction sheet.  For the Academy SB-17 "Air Sea Rescue Service" kit in 1:72 scale.
1:48 Aero Union B-17 Tankers
1:48 Aero Union B-17 Tankers
Our Price: $12.00

Chico, California based Aero Union operated four B-17 fire bombers during the 1970's.  This set will depict any one of the four aircraft.  Set includes detailed aircraft profiles and histories on the two-sided instruction sheet.  For the Monogram kit in 1:48 scale.
TWA B-17
1:72 TWA B-17
Our Price: $12.00

TWA's President, Jack Frye was in the market for a long range aircraft to search out new air routes in the Middle East. Boeing - Seattle sold a post war B-17, 44-85728, to TWA with modifications as a VIP transport. A spartan airline interior was installed. The passenger compartment included seven airline seats, a bunk, office desk and a bathroom. There were rumors of a large overstuffed seat in the nose. First licensed as Experimental +with TWA as a Limited category aircraft. This aircraft flew only for only one year. It was sold in 1947 to the Shaw of Persia (later Iran) registered as EP-HIM. It was then sold once again to France, flying as F-BGOE. This one of a kind B-17 was scrapped in France in 1970.

1:72 scale Academy model and diorama built by Paul Crawley
1:48 TWA B-17
1:48 TWA B-17
Our Price: $25.00

TWA's President, Jack Frye was in the market for a long range aircraft to search out new air routes in the Middle East. Boeing - Seattle sold a post war B-17, 44-85728, to TWA with modifications as a VIP transport. A spartan airline interior was installed. The passenger compartment included seven airline seats, a bunk, office desk and a bathroom. There were rumors of a large overstuffed seat in the nose. First licensed as Experimental NX4600, it became NL1B with TWA as a Limited category aircraft.  This aircraft flew only for only one year. It was sold in 1947 to the Shaw of Persia (later Iran) registered as EP-HIM. It was then sold once again to France, flying as F-BGOE. This one of a kind B-17 was scrapped in France in 1970.
TWA B-17
1:32 TWA B-17
Our Price: $45.00

TWA's President, Jack Frye was in the market for a long range aircraft to search out new air routes in the Middle East. Boeing - Seattle sold a post war B-17, 44-85728, to TWA with modifications as a VIP transport. A spartan airline interior was installed. The passenger compartment included seven airline seats, a bunk, office desk and a bathroom. There were rumors of a large overstuffed seat in the nose. First licensed as Experimental NX4600, it became NL1B with TWA as a Limited category aircraft.  This aircraft flew only for only one year. It was sold in 1947 to the Shaw of Persia (later Iran) registered as EP-HIM. It was then sold once again to France, flying as F-BGOE. This one of a kind B-17 was scrapped in France in 1970.
   
 
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