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1:144 Northwest L-10A Electras
1:144 Northwest L-10A Electras
Our Price: $5.00

Set for the dimunitive 1/144 scale Electra offered by Don Schmenk. more info
Northwest DC-3s
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. more info
1:200 Northwest Final Scheme A320s
1:200 Northwest Final Scheme A320s
Our Price: $8.00

Northwest was an earlier operator of the A320 and ended up operating 78 of the type along with the shorter A319 (see DRAW Decal set A3N-23).  This decal depicts the last scheme used by Northwest prior to the merger with Delta. more info
1:200 Northwest Final Scheme A319's
1:200 Northwest Final Scheme A319's
Our Price: $8.00

Northwest was an earlier operator of the A320, then went on to operate a total of 78 of the shorter A319. This decal depicts the last scheme used by Northwest prior to the merger with Delta.Use this set with the RetroWings A319 conversion. more info
Northwest Delivery A320s
1:200 Northwest Delivery A320s
Our Price: $8.00

In 1986, Northwest Airlines placed an order for Airbus A320 aircraft.  The first two aircraft, N301US and N302US, were delivered in 1989 in Northwest's then-current color scheme; however, prior to entry into service, Northwest unveiled a new livery - the so-called Bowling Shoe scheme.  These two aircraft were quickly repainted into the new colors after delivery, but before their first revenue flights. more info
1:400 Northwest Airlines 2707 SST
1:400 Northwest Airlines 2707 SST
Our Price: $8.00

Designed for the Monogram or Contrails Boeing SST kit. This scheme represents the probable appearance of the aircraft had it been seen in the final Northwest colors prior to the merger with Delta. more info
Northwest DC-3s
1:144 Northwest DC-3s
Our Price: $8.00

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-3's 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. more info
1:72 Northwest L-10A Electras
1:72 Northwest L-10A Electras
Our Price: $8.00

Set for the Special Hobby L-10 Electra in 1/72 scale.  Look for a full build article by Frank Cuden in issue 10 of Aerospace Modeller magazine. more info
1:72 Northwest L-14 Super Electras
1:72 Northwest L-14 Super Electras
Our Price: $8.00

Decal is designed to fit the Special Hobby L-14 kit in 1:72 scale.  The aircraft is finished in a natural metal finish.  The L-14H  "Super Electra " was introduced at Northwest in 1937, and the fleet  eventually included 11 aircraft.  Powered by Pratt and Whitney 850hp Hornets, the type could carry up to 12 passengers at 223 mph. more info
1:72 Northwest Airlines L-9D Orion
1:72 Northwest Airlines L-9D Orion
Our Price: $8.00

Northwest operated three L-9D Orions during the thirties, and #50 was the most photographed.  It ended up flying as a fighter for the Spanish Republican Air Force, and it was shot down in 1937.  NWA???s Orions were glossy white overall, with gloss black areas on the upper wing as shown.  Some photos show #50 with a three-bladed propeller.  This decal is designed to fit the 1/72 Special Hobby kit which already has a decal with NWA markings on it, but they are grossly wrong (things like red on top of the wing, wrong stripes, etc.). more info
   
 
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