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

Starting in 1934, Northwest operated a fleet of 14 L-10A Electras.  This were powered by Pratt & Whitney R-985 Wasp Juniors which produced 450 hp each.  This set can depict either the early or later scheme used by Northwest on the Electras. more info
1:144 Southern Metroliners
1:144 Southern Metroliners
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Prior to its merger with North Central in 1979 that formed Republic Airlines, Southern Airways operated eight Swearingen Metroliner II's.  This decal provides the markings for the final Southern color scheme. more info
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. 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 FAA DC-9-15
1:200 FAA DC-9-15
Our Price: $6.00

Over the years, the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration has operated an impressive array of different aircraft types.  From 1975 until 1992, the FAA operated a DC-9-15.  The aircraft initially wore the white with red stripe paint scheme in use in the 1970s.  The aircraft was repainted in the white and blue scheme worn during the 1980s, which this decal depicts.  Use this set with the RetroWings DC-9-10 kit. more info
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. more info
Alaska Coastal Grumman Goose
1:144 Alaska Coastal Grumman Goose
Our Price: $6.00

In 1962, Alaska Coastal Airlines of Juneau and Ellis Air Lines of Ketchikan merged. The merger produced the biggest Grumman Goose fleet in the world which included 19 "Geese."  Goose operations continued past the purchase of Alaska Coatal by Alaska Airlines, but all the amphibious operations were eventually phased out in the 1970's. This set depicts N79901 as it appeared in the full Alaska Coastal colors in the 1970s. more info
Delta Air Lines DC-3 Ship 41
1:200 Delta Air Lines DC-3 Ship 41
Our Price: $6.00

Built in 1940 and restored over a three-year period, Delta‚Äôs Ship 41 is finished in a gleaming, polished aluminum finish.  Ship 41 is powered by Wright Cyclone engines and currently resides at the Delta Flight Museum in Atlanta, GA adjacent to Hartsfield International Airport. more info
"Golden Nugget" Grumman Goose
1:144 Alaska Airlines "Golden Nugget" Grumman Goose
Our Price: $6.00

After the purchase of Alaska Coastal Airlines in 1967, Alaska Airlines became a Grumman Goose operator. Alaska operated four different Grumman Gooses in the "Golden Nugget" scheme: N2751A and N4773C from 1967 until 1972, N1019N during 1968 as well as N4772C. N2751 was also painted in the "Totem Pole" scheme as depicted in our set Goose-09.  Use this set with the F-Toys Grumman Goose model kit. more info
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