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747-100 / -200 Door, Window and Cockpit Set
1:100 747-100 / -200 Door, Window and Cockpit Set
Our Price: $18.00

Set depicts the standard 747 door and window arrangement for the 747-100 and 747-200.  Includes extra windows, cargo doors, static ports, pitots, landing lights as well as two cockpit versions. more info
NASA Blue Stripe Shuttle Carrier 747s
1:100 NASA Blue Stripe Shuttle Carrier 747s
Our Price: $25.00

NASA operated two converted 747s to transport the space shuttle. Boeing 747-100, N905NA started life in September 1970 with American Airlines as N9668. In July 1974 it was sold to NASA were it remains in service today. Boeing 747-100, N911NA was sold to Japan Airlines in September 1973 as JA8117. It was back with Boeing registered as N747BL in April 1988. In October it was sold to NASA and numbered N911NA.

****PLEASE NOTE*** This decal does NOT include the blue cheatline, as the blue cheatline MUST be painted by the modeler. To avoid confusion, this decal does NOT I repeat NOT include the blue cheatline.
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Aer Lingus 747-100s
1:100 Aer Lingus 747-100s
Our Price: $30.00

This decal provides the markings for the final color scheme worn by the 747-100s of Aer Lingus.  Three Pratt & Whitney JT9D powered aircraft wore this scheme before the type was retired from the Aer Lingus fleet in 1997. more info
TMA of Lebanon 747-100SFs
1:100 TMA of Lebanon 747-100SFs
Our Price: $30.00

For two short years from May of 1975 until June of 1977, Trans Mediterranean Airways (TMA) of Lebanon operated two or the most colorful Boeing 747s flying.  The aircraft, both 747-123SFs originally delivered to American Airlines, initially retained their U.S. registrations (N9675 and N9676), before being re-registerred as OD-AGM and OD-AGC respectively.  This decal provides the markings for these two aircraft. more info
NASA Blue Stripe Shuttle Carrier 747s
1:100 NASA Blue Stripe Shuttle Carrier 747s
Our Price: $30.00

NASA operated two converted 747s to transport the space shuttle.  Boeing 747-100, N905NA started life in September 1970 with American Airlines as N9668. In July 1974 it was sold to NASA were it remains in service today.  Boeing 747-100, N911NA was sold to Japan Airlines in September 1973 as JA8117. It was back with Boeing registered as N747BL in April 1988. In October it was sold to NASA and numbered N911NA. more info
FedEx 747-249F
1:100 FedEx 747-249F
Our Price: $30.00

Following its purchase of Flying Tigers in 1989, Federal Express became a Boeing 747 operator.  The airline inherited a fleet of classic -100 and -200 aircraft, including both purpose-built and converted freighters, with several versions of Pratt & Whitney engines.  Federal Express retired the fleet by 1995, and in that time, only one aircraft (N806FT / N631FE) was painted in full colors. more info
American Airlines 747-100s
1:100 American Airlines 747-100s
Our Price: $30.00

American was an initial customer and early operator of the 747-100.  The initial deliveries of their 16 strong fleet was in 1970, but by 1984 the entire fleet was parked and eventually sold off.  Our decal depicts the American 747-100s in their classic red, white and blue scheme. more info
Braniff "Silver Bullet" 747-100
1:100 Braniff "Silver Bullet" 747-100
Our Price: $30.00

When Braniff was awarded the DFW-LGW route, the leased American Airlines 747-123 N9666 from Jan 1978 through June 1980.  The American red, white and blue cheatline was replaced with Braniff orange creating this unique “Silver Bullet” scheme. more info
NASA Bare Metal Shuttle Carrier 747
1:100 NASA Bare Metal Shuttle Carrier 747
Our Price: $40.00

This Boeing 747-100 started life in September 1970 with American Airlines as N9668.  In July 1974 it was sold to NASA were it remains in service today.  NASA removed the American Airlines logo from the tail along with the N number and main titles.  NASA retained the red, white and blue side stripes.  The large side American logo was stripped and the metal was buffed clean.  The location of the American Airlines titles was still visible after being stripped.  By December 1974, 905 had the shuttle mounts added along with the new vertical fins on the stabilizers for the first SCA flight with the non-operational shuttle  "Enterprise. "  This later version of 905 is the most unique with the added fuselage doublers and the mission markings denoting the flights. more info
British Airways "Landor" 747-100s
1:100 British Airways "Landor" 747-100s
Our Price: $40.00

In 1984 British Airways unveiled a new pearl gray and midnight blue livery designed by Landor and Associates.  This scheme appeared on all sixteen 747-100s operated by British Airways which our decal depicts.  Our decal includes all sixteen registrations and corresponding ship names, and all white markings have been double-struck to ensure opacity. more info
   
 
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