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Summit Helicopters S-58T
1:72 Summit Helicopters S-58T
Our Price: $6.00

N9VY started out life as a US Marine Corps radial-engined HUS-1/UH-34D, and when it went to the civilian world was converted to turbine power using a pair of coupled PT-6Ts and received a new, extended nose to enclose the PT-6s. N9VY was likely best known as the “Screaming Mimi” on the popular US television show from the 1970s where it was painted pink with a large mouth on the nose. N9VY is currently operated by Summit Helicopters of Pacoima, CA which this set depicts.
There are numerous modifications needed to convert the H-34 into an S-58T, start with the Cobra S-58T nose, remove the tail rotor gear box housing and scratch build a new one. The entire helo is painted a dark, burnt orange very similar to Harley Davidson orange.
US Forest Service BT-67
1:144 US Forest Service BT-67
Our Price: $6.00

After 42 years of service, in 2012 the USFS retired this 69 year-old DC-3 from its fleet.  Built in 1943, this DC-3 served (as a C-47) with the 9th Air Force in Belgium and The Netherlands in World War 2.  After WW2, it served with the FAA as N100Z in Alaska up until 1970 where it became the third DC-3 acquired by the USFS.  In 1991, N100Z was converted to the present BT-67 configuration and re-registered as N142Z.  Use this decal with the Welsh Models resin BT-67 kit.
Swedish Goose
1:144 Swedish Goose
Our Price: $6.00

This was Sweden's only Grumman Goose operating from 1951 to 1961.  It was utilized on wheels or skis as an air ambulance.  It carried two sets of numbers - Yellow 31 and Black 60.
Sky One 727-200s
1:200 Sky One 727-200s
Our Price: $8.00

Sky One, a VIP Charter operation, operated two Boeing 727-200 aircraft in a striking black and white color scheme - N211DB and N415BN.
Sunworld DC-9-30s
1:200 Sunworld DC-9-30s
Our Price: $8.00

Las Vegas, Nevada based Sunworld lasted from 1983 to 1987, and operated various DC-9s and 737s. Use this set with the RetroWings DC-9-30 kit.
1:72 Seaplane Shuttle Transport Twin Otter
1:72 Seaplane Shuttle Transport Twin Otter
Our Price: $8.00

Seaplane Shuttle Transport's Twin Otter provided service from the Wall Street dock in New York to Philadelphia and Washington DC. This seaplane dock along with another one that was nearby no longer exist.  Sadly, seaplanes no longer service lower Manhattan.
1:72 National Science Foundation UH-1N Huey's
1:72 National Science Foundation UH-1N Huey's
Our Price: $8.00

These two Hueys are leased to the National Science Foundation to transport scientists around Antarctica.  The helicopters are owned by Petroleum Helicopters, Inc. of Lafayette, LA.
Summit Helicopters S-58T
1:48 Summit Helicopters S-58T
Our Price: $8.00

N9VY started out life as a US Marine Corps radial-engined HUS-1/UH-34D, and when it went to the civilian world was converted to turbine power using a pair of coupled PT-6Ts and received a new, extended nose to enclose the PT-6s. N9VY was likely best known as the “Screaming Mimi” on the popular US television show from the 1970s where it was painted pink with a large mouth on the nose. N9VY is currently operated by Summit Helicopters of Pacoima, CA which this set depicts.
There are numerous modifications needed to convert the H-34 into an S-58T, start with the Cobra S-58T nose, remove the tail rotor gear box housing and scratch build a new one. The entire helo is painted a dark, burnt orange very similar to Harley Davidson orange.
Sky One 727-200s
1:144 Sky One 727-200s
Our Price: $10.00

Sky One, a VIP Charter operation, operated two Boeing 727-200 aircraft in a striking black and white color scheme - N211DB and N415BN.
Robin Hood Saab 340s
1:144 Robin Hood Saab 340s
Our Price: $10.00

Robin Hood Aviation was an Austrian airline, operating daily services from Graz to Zurich.  Robin Hood Aviation was founded in 2007. Its niche market is mostly business people looking for a fast and reliable way to link the Austrian cities of Klagenfurt and Graz to the European financial hub Zurich, and easy access to the international Zurich Airport with dedicated flights schedules to fit within a working day. It operates two Saab 340 turboprops. This set has decals for the company's  Saab 340 planes, OE-GIR Little John (c/n 340A-134, ex Crossair,  Air New Zealand Link), and OE-GOD Maid Marian (c/n 340A-153, ex Brit Air, Air Nelson).
   
 
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