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Flying Tigers L-500 Galaxy  FLIGHT OF FANCY
1:480 Flying Tigers L-500 Galaxy FLIGHT OF FANCY
Our Price: $8.00

The natural choice to launch Lockheed’s L-500 civil version of the USAF’s C-5A Galaxy, Flying Tigers placed the first order for five frames what was then the world’s largest aircraft.  The initial aircraft were delivered in the airline’s arrow stripe scheme.  Use this decal with the Academy 1:480 scale C-5 kit. more info
Flying Tigers, Late L-500 Galaxy  FLIGHT OF FANCY
1:480 Flying Tigers, Late L-500 Galaxy FLIGHT OF FANCY
Our Price: $8.00

The natural choice to launch Lockheed’s L-500 civil version of the USAF’s C-5A Galaxy, Flying Tigers placed the first order for five frames what was then the world’s largest aircraft.  This decal provides the later markings these aircraft wore.  Use this decal with the Academy 1:480 scale C-5 kit. more info
1:200 Flying Tigers "Pole Cat" 707
1:200 Flying Tigers "Pole Cat" 707
Our Price: $10.00

Sponsored by Rockwell-Standard Corp, a pair of TWA pilots led a group who flew "Pole Cat" around the world via both poles in November 1965. Brand new and after only completing one revenue round trip for Flying Tigers,  N322F "Pole Cat" set eight world records, consumed 117,354 gallons of aviation fuel and carried 39 very lucky persons around the world in 51.5 hours flying time. more info
Flying Tigers "Jumbo Jet" DC-8-63CFs
1:200 Flying Tigers "Jumbo Jet" DC-8-63CFs
Our Price: $10.00

In 1945 Flying Tigers became the first scheduled cargo airline in the United States.  Starting in June 1968, Flying Tigers took delivery of five factory-new DC-8-63CFs which were emblazoned with large “Jumbo Jet” titles.  At that time, the “Stretch 8” was the largest passenger aircraft in service until the real jumbo jet, the 747 was rolled out a few months later in September 1968.   The “Jumbo Jet” titles were short-lived, and these five DC-8s eventually ended up with Cargolux and UPS. more info
Flying Tiger Line DC-8-63CFs
1:200 Flying Tiger Line DC-8-63CFs
Our Price: $10.00

In 1945 Flying Tigers became the first scheduled cargo airline in the United States.  Starting in June 1968, Flying Tigers took delivery of their first factory-new DC-8-63CFs which were initially emblazoned with large “Jumbo Jet” titles. The “Jumbo Jet” titles were short-lived, evolving into one of many paint scheme variations such as the one depicted here with a blue tail and "Flying Tiger Line" titles.  Our decal will also includes the later "Flying Tigers" titles. more info
Cargolux / Flying Tiger DC-8-63CF N797FT
1:200 Cargolux / Flying Tiger DC-8-63CF N797FT
Our Price: $10.00

In the mid 1970s, freight specialist Cargolux leased DC-8-63CF N797FT from Flying Tiger Line.  The DC-8 wore the Tigers arrow cheatline with “cargolux” titles and the Cargolux logo on the tail.  While certainly nothing of beauty, it was uniquely distinctive.  This particular aircraft eventually ended up its carrier flying freight for UPS as N840UP. more info
1:144 Flying Tigers "Pole Cat" 707
1:144 Flying Tigers "Pole Cat" 707
Our Price: $12.00

Sponsored by Rockwell-Standard Corp, a pair of TWA pilots led a group who flew "Pole Cat" around the world via both poles in November 1965. Brand new and after only completing one revenue round trip for Flying Tigers,  N322F "Pole Cat" set eight world records, consumed 117,354 gallons of aviation fuel and carried 39 very lucky persons around the world in 51.5 hours flying time. more info
Flying Tigers DC-4s
1:144 Flying Tigers DC-4s
Our Price: $12.00

At one time or another, Flying Tigers operated over 20 different C-54s (DC-4s).  This set will letter either the early version with the fuselage and wings in natural metal with the script titles, or for the latter version with block titles and the upper fuselage painted white. more info
Flying Tigers "Jumbo Jet" DC-8-63CFs
1:144 Flying Tigers "Jumbo Jet" DC-8-63CFs
Our Price: $15.00

In 1945 Flying Tigers became the first scheduled cargo airline in the United States. Starting in June 1968, Flying Tigers took delivery of five factory-new DC-8-63CFs which were emblazoned with large “Jumbo Jet” titles. At that time, the “Stretch 8” was the largest passenger aircraft in service until the real jumbo jet, the 747 was rolled out a few months later in September 1968. The “Jumbo Jet” titles were short-lived, and these five DC-8s eventually ended up with Cargolux and UPS.

We also offer this decal bundled with a bagged Minicraft kit for a special price HERE
more info
Flying Tiger Line DC-8-63CFs
1:144 Flying Tiger Line DC-8-63CFs
Our Price: $15.00

In 1945 Flying Tigers became the first scheduled cargo airline in the United States. Starting in June 1968, Flying Tigers took delivery of their first factory-new DC-8-63CFs which were initially emblazoned with large “Jumbo Jet” titles. The “Jumbo Jet” titles were short-lived, evolving into one of many paint scheme variations such as the one depicted here with a blue tail and "Flying Tiger Line" titles. Our decal will also includes the later "Flying Tigers" titles.

We also offer this decal bundled with a bagged Minicraft kit for a special price HERE
more info
   
 
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