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Delta Skyteam 767-400
1:200 Delta Skyteam 767-400
Our Price: $10.00

To commemorate the 10th anniversary of the Skyteam alliance in 2010, member airlines started painting a small portion of their fleet in the Skyteam paint scheme. This special scheme features a pearlescent silver fuselage with a dark blue vertical stabilizer. The silver paint is nearly identical to the silver used on the final Northwest Airlines color scheme. Delta Air Lines led the parade with the first aircraft in this new scheme with Boeing 767-400 N844MH. more info
United / Continental 767-400s
1:200 United / Continental 767-400s
Our Price: $10.00

This decal depicts the Continental, now United 767-424ERs.  United operates a fleet of 16 767-400s.  Use this set on a kit-bashed 767-300 or a better option it to use the excellent Hogan push-fit kit. more info
Delta "Wavy Gravy" 767-400s
1:200 Delta "Wavy Gravy" 767-400s
Our Price: $10.00

Delta was one of only two customers for the largest member of the 767 family, the 767-400.  Delta originally used this larger 767 model to replace the L-1011 Tristar fleet, but eventually used it as a trans-Atlantic hauler which seems to operate the majority of Delta’s routes into London’s Heathrow airport. more info
Delta Air Lines 767-400ERs
1:200 Delta Air Lines 767-400ERs
Our Price: $10.00

Delta Air Lines is one of two airlines that operates the largest member of the successful Boeing 767 family.  While initially used as a domestic L-1011 Tristar replacement, the fleet eventually became the primary aircraft on the London Heathrow routes operated by Delta. more info
Delta Air Lines Pink 767-400ER
1:200 Delta Air Lines Pink 767-400ER
Our Price: $10.00

Delta Air Lines is one of two airlines that operates the largest member of the successful Boeing 767 family.  In 2010, one of the Delta 767-400ER fleet was painted in a modified version of Delta’s scheme, but in shades of pink to honor the Breast Cancer Research Foundation while being dubbed “The Pink Plane.” more info
Continental 767-400ERs
1:200 Continental 767-400ERs
Our Price: $10.00

Continental was one of two airlines that operates the largest member of the successful Boeing 767 family.  Continental’s sixteen 767-400ERs are now operated by United Airlines after their merger. more info
Delta Air Lines Pink 767-400ER
1:144 Delta Air Lines Pink 767-400ER
Our Price: $14.00

Delta Air Lines is one of two airlines that operates the largest member of the successful Boeing 767 family.  In 2010, one of the Delta 767-400ER fleet was painted in a modified version of Delta’s scheme, but in shades of pink to honor the Breast Cancer Research Foundation while being dubbed “The Pink Plane.” more info
Delta Skyteam 767-400
1:144 Delta Skyteam 767-400
Our Price: $15.00

To commemorate the 10th anniversary of the Skyteam alliance in 2010, member airlines started painting a small portion of their fleet in the Skyteam paint scheme. This special scheme features a pearlescent silver fuselage with a dark blue vertical stabilizer. The silver paint is nearly identical to the silver used on the final Northwest Airlines color scheme. Delta Air Lines led the parade with the first aircraft in this new scheme with Boeing 767-400 N844MH. Click HERE for a nice build thread on converting the Zvezda 767-300 into a -400. more info
1:144 United / Continental 767-400's
1:144 United / Continental 767-400's
Our Price: $15.00

This decal depicts the Continental, now United 767-424ER's.  United operates a fleet of 16 767-400's.  Use this set on a kit-bashed 767-400 using the BraZ conversion kit for either the Revell or Zvezda 767-300. Click HERE for a nice build thread on converting the Zvezda 767-300 into a -400. more info
Delta "Wavy Gravy" 767-400s
1:144 Delta "Wavy Gravy" 767-400s
Our Price: $15.00

Delta was one of only two customers for the largest member of the 767 family, the 767-400.  Delta originally used this larger 767 model to replace the L-1011 Tristar fleet, but eventually used it as a trans-Atlantic hauler which seems to operate the majority of Delta’s routes into London’s Heathrow airport.  Click HERE for a nice build thread on converting the Zvezda 767-300 into a -400. more info
   
 
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