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TWA B-17
1:200 TWA B-17
Our Price: $6.00

TWA's President, Jack Frye was in the market for a long range aircraft to search out new air routes in the Middle East. Boeing - Seattle sold a post war B-17, 44-85728, to TWA with modifications as a VIP transport. A spartan airline interior was installed. The passenger compartment included seven airline seats, a bunk, office desk and a bathroom. There were rumors of a large overstuffed seat in the nose. First licensed as Experimental NX4600, it became NL1B with TWA as a Limited category aircraft.  This aircraft flew only for only one year. It was sold in 1947 to the Shaw of Persia (later Iran) registered as EP-HIM. It was then sold once again to France, flying as F-BGOE. This one of a kind B-17 was scrapped in France in 1970.
1:200 TWA Project Skinny 727-200
1:200 TWA Project Skinny 727-200
Our Price: $8.00

During the early 1980s, TWA stripped the white paint from a single 727-200 then applied the then current "twin-stripe" scheme to N64339.  This was an exercise to see if the additional work of maintaining a bare metal scheme would offset the reduced fuel burn from the reduced weight of the 727.  Entire aircraft is bare aluminum with the exception of the composite areas which were Boeing Gray.  Decal according to diagram.  N64339 was delivered to TWA on 8-29-74, was the only TWA 727 to wear all four TWA paint schemes, was the TWA 727 highjacked flying from Beirut to Algiers in 1985, and operated the final TWA 727 flight on September 30, 2000 as flight 78 from New Orleans to St. Louis.
TWA Twin Globes DC-9-14/15s
1:200 TWA Twin Globes DC-9-14/15s
Our Price: $8.00

Trans World Airlines (TWA) was an early operator of the DC-9, receiving the first of an initial batch of 20 DC-9-14/15  "Baby-9s " in 1966.  The aircraft were delivered in TWA's then-current Twin Globe scheme.  Aircraft feature a white upper fuselage and tail, with a bare metal lower fuselage and engine nacelles.  Use this set with the RetroWings DC-9-10 kit.
1:400 TWA 2707 SST
1:400 TWA 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 delivered in the mid 70s to TWA.
1:144 TWA B-17
1:144 TWA B-17
Our Price: $8.00

TWA's President, Jack Frye was in the market for a long range aircraft to search out new air routes in the Middle East. Boeing - Seattle sold a post war B-17, 44-85728, to TWA with modifications as a VIP transport. A spartan airline interior was installed. The passenger compartment included seven airline seats, a bunk, office desk and a bathroom. There were rumors of a large overstuffed seat in the nose. First licensed as Experimental NX4600, it became NL1B with TWA as a Limited category aircraft.  This aircraft flew only for only one year. It was sold in 1947 to the Shaw of Persia (later Iran) registered as EP-HIM. It was then sold once again to France, flying as F-BGOE. This one of a kind B-17 was scrapped in France in 1970.
1:72 TWA L-12 Electra Junior
1:72 TWA L-12 Electra Junior
Our Price: $8.00

In 1940, Transcontinental and Western Air, Inc. (TWA) purchased their President Jack Frye a Lockheed 12A "Electra Junior" as his personal transport.  The L-12A was used by Jack Frye up to December 1944 when it was replaced by a larger and more luxurious L-18 Lodestar.
TWA "Wings of Pride" MD80
1:200 TWA "Wings of Pride" MD80
Our Price: $8.00

Trans World Airlines’ Wings of Pride MD-83 was an aircraft paid for by the employees of the airline as a sign of their commitment to the company.  The striking aircraft was painted in the inverse of the then-current TWA colors.  Instead of a white fuselage with red stripes, the aircraft featured a red fuselage with white stripes.  EI-BWD was later repainted into TWA’s final colors in the mid-1990s as N948TW, with special stickers.  Later, after the purchase of TWA by American Airlines, she was anonymously folded into the American fleet.  It was recently announced that she has been purchased by a Kansas City museum and will be repainted in her Wings of Pride colors.  This set has the white ink double-printed to make certain the white remains opaque over the bright red fuselage.
TWA Delivery Colors MD80s
1:200 TWA Delivery Colors MD80s
Our Price: $8.00

In 1983, TWA received the first of what would number over 100 McDonnell-Douglas MD-80 aircraft.  The airline would operate MD-81, -82 and -83 variants, both factory new and second-hand.  This decal provides the markings for TWA’s Mad Dog fleet in its original delivery colors.
TWA 2707 SST
1:200 TWA 2707 SST
Our Price: $10.00

Designed for the Revell Boeing SST kit. This scheme represents the probable appearance of the aircraft had it been delivered in the mid 70s to TWA.

PLEASE NOTE: THIS IS A DECAL FOR ONE SST MODEL, THERE ARE TWO MODELS IN THE REVELL KIT BOX, YOU ARE PURCHASING ONE DECAL FOR ONE MODEL ONLY.
1:144 TWA Project Skinny 727-200
1:144 TWA Project Skinny 727-200
Our Price: $10.00

During the early 1980s, TWA stripped the white paint from a single 727-200 then applied the then current "twin-stripe" scheme to N64339.  This was an exercise to see if the additional work of maintaining a bare metal scheme would offset the reduced fuel burn from the reduced weight of the 727.  Entire aircraft is bare aluminum with the exception of the composite areas which were Boeing Gray.  Decal according to diagram.  N64339 was delivered to TWA on 8-29-74, was the only TWA 727 to wear all four TWA paint schemes, was the TWA 727 highjacked flying from Beirut to Algiers in 1985, and operated the final TWA 727 flight on September 30, 2000 as flight 78 from New Orleans to St. Louis.
   
 
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