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747-100 / -200 Door, Window and Cockpit Set
1:125 747-100 / -200 Door, Window and Cockpit Set
Our Price: $14.00

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
1:125 Braniff "Great Pumpkin" 747 N601BN
1:125 Braniff "Great Pumpkin" 747 N601BN
Our Price: $20.00

Some of the most colorful Boeing 747s to take to the skies were the  "Flying Pumpkins " of Braniff International Airways.  This decal provides the markings for N601BN, the first aircraft in the fleet. more info
Northwest "Bowling Shoe" 747s
1:125 Northwest "Bowling Shoe" 747s
Our Price: $25.00

Northwest Airlines was an early and large user of the 747, operating the -100, -200 and -400 models.  Northwest was also the launch customer and first operator of the -400 version.  This set will letter Northwest 747-100 and -200s in Landor-designed  "Bowling Shoe " scheme.  ALL white pieces are double-struck in our decal. In order to keep the size of this decal smaller and the price low, we left off the blue stripe. more info
Northwest - Northwest Orient 747-100/-200/-400s
1:125 Northwest - Northwest Orient 747-100/-200/-400s
Our Price: $25.00

Northwest Orient was an early and large operator of the 747. The polished bare fuselage and red tail were instantly recognizable and iconic for many years. When the airline became “Northwest” after the merger with Republic, the scheme was simply modified by dropping the “Orient” from the titles. Our decal set will letter a Northwest Orient or Northwest 747-100/-200/-400 in this scheme. Yes, the first three 747-400s were delivered in this scheme as well. more info
American Airlines 747-100s
1:125 American Airlines 747-100s
Our Price: $25.00

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
1:125 Braniff "Silver Bullet" 747-100
Our Price: $25.00

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
British Airways "Landor" 747-100s
1:125 British Airways "Landor" 747-100s
Our Price: $30.00

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
British Airways "Negus" 747-100s
1:125 British Airways "Negus" 747-100s
Our Price: $30.00

British Airways was created by the merger of BOAC and British European Airways in 1973. A new livery was created by Negus and Negus which was used until the scheme designed Landor and Associates replaced it in 1984. During this period the British Airways titles were shortened to just “British.” Our decal includes both title variations, and also includes all sixteen registrations and corresponding ship names, with all white markings double-struck to ensure opacity. more info
JALways Reso’cha Pink 747-200
1:125 JALways Reso’cha Pink 747-200
Our Price: $35.00

JALways, formerly Japan Air Charter operated charter and later scheduled flights to resort and vacation destinations.  The aircraft were flown and staffed by contract crews flying Japan Airlines aircraft.  Two 747-300s were among the aircraft operated, and they wore “Reso’cha” ( Resort Charter) titles with hibiscus flowers and ‘I’iwi / Scarlet Honeycreeper bird markings. more info
Flying Tigers Initial 747s
1:125 Flying Tigers Initial 747s
Our Price: $35.00

In August 1974, The Flying Tiger Line, better known simply as Flying Tigers, took delivery of its first Boeing 747.  The aircraft was a former American Airlines frame.  In honor of the airline’s roots in the famed American Volunteer Group (AVG) in World War II China, the first aircraft, N800FT, was initially adorned with a shark’s mouth on the nose like the world famous P-40s had worn.  Three aircraft were delivered in these colors before a revised scheme was implemented. more info
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