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Air France L-1049 (1:500)
Sale Price: $35.95
Availability: Normally Stocked
Item #: HE524490 -
Air France L1049 (1:500) by Herpa Scale Airliners Models Item Number: 524490 From 1953, Air France started taking delivery of a total of 24 "Super Connies", through which they became the largest operator of the type, second only to TWA. The model is released as a limited edition commemorating the 80th anniversary of Air France.
L-1049 Constellation TWA (1/123 Scale)
Sale Price: $111.95
Availability: Back Ordered, restock date unknown
Item #: NC09087 -
In August 1952, the Lockheed L-1049 TWA Constellation was delivered to TWA as N6901C and was dubbed "Star of the Thames." Throughout the 1950s, the Lockheed airplane had been in a race with Douglas for the airplane that was the fastest, had the longest range, and most economical. Douglas began the race with its DC-4. However, Lockheed had countered with its L1049 which was no doubt a faster plane and even pressurized. When the larger, faster, and pressurized DC-6 model was developed, Lockheed...
Lockheed L-1049 "Super Constellation," 1950 (1:200)
Sale Price: $25.95
Item #: ATL-7504-003 -
Lockheed L-1049 "Super Constellation," 1950 (1:200) by Atlas Ediitions Silver Classics Item Number: ATL-7504-003 We're happy to carry the Atlas' Silver Classics line of silver-plated, die cast metal models. Unlike any other die cast line we've ever offered, it has a unique set of features:Classic passenger aircraft from the immediate post-WWI era to today (and tomorrow)1:200 scalePlated in genuine silverWooden base with metal nameplateLimited EditionBranded packaging with certificate of...
Pan American L-049 Constellation w/ Tin (1:400)
Sale Price: $22.95
Availability: In Stock
Item #: DRW55746 -
Pan American L-049 Constellation w/ Tin (1:400) by DragonWings 400Item Number: DRW55746Reg. #NC88831 About Pan Am: Pan American World Airways (Pan Am) was the United States' principal international airline from the 1930s until its collapse in the late 1991, and was credited with many innovations that shaped the international airline industry. An attempt was made to revive the company in the late 1990s, but the new Pan Am ultimately ended up facing bankruptcy again and the name was sold in...