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1:200 Pan Am 737-400's
1:200 Pan Am 737-400's
Our Price: $8.00

For a few short months following the merger of Pan Am II and Carnival Airlines, four Boeing 737-400 aircraft operated in full Pan Am colors.  The airlines merged in the fall of 1997, and the combined entity collapsed the following February.  The aircraft were painted in Pan Ams billboard livery.
1:200 Pan Am A320's FLIGHT OF FANCY
1:200 Pan Am A320's FLIGHT OF FANCY
Our Price: $8.00

In 1985, Pan American World Airways became the first U.S. airline to order the new Airbus A320.  The aircraft and corresponding delivery slots would eventually be sold in attempt to stem the airline's mounting financial losses.  The first 6 aircraft would eventually go to Braniff.  This decal provides the markings for the aircraft as they would have appeared in Pan Am's billboard livery.
1:400 Pan Am BILLBOARD 2707 SST
1:400 Pan Am BILLBOARD 2707 SST
Our Price: $8.00

Designed for the Monogram or Contrails Boeing SST kit. This scheme represents the probable appearance of the aircraft had it stayed in service in the mid 80s to Pan Am, its launch customer.
1:400 Pan Am 2707 SST
1:400 Pan Am 2707 SST
Our Price: $8.00

Designed for the Monogram or Contrails Boeing SST kit. This scheme represents the probable appearance of the aircraft had it been delivered in the mid 70s to Pan Am, its launch customer.
1:72 Pan Am Commuter Twin Otter
1:72 Pan Am Commuter Twin Otter
Our Price: $8.00

Operated by Resort Air between Los Angeles (LAX) and Orange County (SNA), this unique Twin Otter was operated in the 1980's to connect passengers to Pan Am flights at LAX.  This aircraft now flies parachutists out of Perris, California.
Pan Am Express ATR-42s
1:144 Pan Am Express ATR-42s
Our Price: $8.00

For a 4-year period from 1987 until Pan Am folded in 1991, Pan Am Express had a fleet of 11 ATR 42 turboprops.  The aircraft were delivered in the then-current Billboard color scheme.  This decal provides the markings for these aircraft.
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.”
Pan Am Billboard 2707 SST
1:200 Pan Am Billboard 2707 SST
Our Price: $10.00

Designed for the Revell Boeing SST kit. This scheme represents the probable appearance of the aircraft had it stayed in service in the mid 80s to Pan Am, its launch customer.

PLEASE NOTE: THIS IS A DECAL FOR ONE SST MODEL, THERE ARE TWO MODELS IN THE REVELL KIT BOX, YOU ARE PURCHASING ONE DECAL FOR ONE MODEL ONLY.
Pan Am 2707 SST
1:200 Pan Am 2707 SST
Our Price: $10.00

Designed for the Revell Boeing SST kit. This scheme represents the probable appearance of the aircraft had it been delivered in the mid 70s to Pan Am, its launch customer.

PLEASE NOTE: THIS IS A DECAL FOR ONE SST MODEL, THERE ARE TWO MODELS IN THE REVELL KIT BOX, YOU ARE PURCHASING ONE DECAL FOR ONE MODEL ONLY.
1:200 Pan Am DC-10's
1:200 Pan Am DC-10s
Our Price: $10.00

Following its acquisition of National Airlines in 1980, Pan American World Airways became a Douglas DC-10 operator.  The fleet included both the -10 and -30 variants, and eventually numbered 16 aircraft.
   
 
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