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1:200 Empire Airlines DC-3's
1:200 Empire Airlines DC-3s
Our Price: $5.00

Empire Airlines grew out of Zimmerly Airlines, of Coeur d'Alene, Idaho in March 1946.  Empire was still flying their three Boeing 247's until March of 1948 when they upgraded to Douglas DC-3's. They flew mainly in Idaho serving Boise to Lewiston, Pocatello and Coeur d'Alene. Routes were later expanded to Washington and Oregon.  In the mid 1950's Empire was absorbed into West Coast Airlines.

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MD80 Doors and Windows
1:200 MD80 Doors and Windows
Our Price: $5.00

Decal is designed to fit the MD80 kit from Hasegawa.  Use this set to create your own MD80 scheme.  The MD81, MD82, MD83 and MD88 are visually identical and share this door and window arrangement.
1:200 Indiana Air National Guard C-47
1:200 Indiana Air National Guard C-47
Our Price: $5.00

This decal provides the markings for two C-47s used by the Indiana Air National Guard from the post-war years through the mid 1960s.  C-47A 42-100513 was used for most of this period, and was replaced for one year by C-47B 43-48474, which was then replaced by a C-54.  Markings for the original colors, as well as the final scheme are included.
"Always" B-26 Tanker 59
1:144 "Always" B-26 Tanker 59
Our Price: $5.00

Tanker 59 along with its sister ship Tanker 57 were owned and flown by Lynch Air Tankers for the 1989 Steven Spielberg movie Always.  This Douglas TB-26C was bit of an odd duck being a dual control B-26 with a clear nose.  The military s/n 44-35371 lists it as a standard clear nosed B-26C.  At some point it was converted to a dual control aircraft. That change would have blocked any access to the nose compartment from the cockpit. The only access would have been from the ground through the hatch in the bottom of the nose.  In addition to the installation of the retardant tanks and doors, the outboard leading edges of the wings have been extended and drooped to improve slow speed handling.  The aircraft is currently owned by the Marine Aviation Museum in Houston, TX.
717 Doors and Windows
1:200 717 Doors and Windows
Our Price: $5.00

Decal is designed to fit the 717 kit from RetrokiT.  Use this set to create your own 717 scheme.
1:144 Scale Aircraft Conversions MD80 Metal Landing Gear
1:144 Scale Aircraft Conversions MD80 Metal Landing Gear
Our Price: $5.00

We are pleased to offer bagged sets of the Scale Aircraft Conversions replacement metal landing gear for the Minicraft MD80 kits.  These metal gear offer a strengthened version of the gear that is included with the kit.  Another major advantage to these replacement gear is you can bend the pieces to true up the gear so your model sits squarely on its tires. Each set includes ONE ship set of MD80 landing gear.  Please use the Kit postage rates when ordering these parts.
C-17 Stripes and Details
1:200 C-17 Stripes and Details
Our Price: $6.00

This decal provides the stripes and basic stencils for a Boeing C-17A, and it is intended to be used in conjunction with the other C-17A decal sets available from DRAW Decal.
1:200 DC-10 Doors and Windows
1:200 DC-10 Doors and Windows
Our Price: $6.00

This set provides a standard set of doors and windows for all versions of the DC-10.
1:200 Alaska Airlines DC-3's
1:200 Alaska Airlines DC-3s
Our Price: $6.00

Set depicts the Alaska DC-3's as depicted by the one on display at the Museum of Flight in Seattle.
1:200 Northwest DC-3's
1:200 Northwest DC-3s
Our Price: $6.00

Northwest received their first DC-3 (NC21711) in April 1939 at a cost of $125,000.  Powered by Pratt & Whitney Twin Wasps, it could carry 21 passengers at 185mph.  During the WWII years, Northwest's DC-3s carried the patriotic "War Bonds" markings prominently as a contribution to the war effort.  NC21711 was damaged during a landing mishap in Bismarck, ND and subsequently rebuilt using spartan facilities at the airport.  The name "City of Bismarck" was given in honor of the mechanics who worked tirelessly to restore the aircraft to flight status.
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