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  • Phrog74
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    This is the Hogan 1:200 767-400 "Leading The Way." Pretty cool livery. Not my pic, but still...
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  • Casey99
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    I’d love to see an AN-124 aswell! The resin models could do with more work I think. The C-5 is great but lacks some basic detail

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  • Phrog74
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    Originally posted by Mercury View Post
    Hogan made an Air France 318, but they are hard to find...
    I guess manufacturers don't feel it's worth to make - same with 767-400 - Hogan and Herpa made it, but disappeared fast.
    Who knows though, they eventually made the 717...
    Yeah, I have the Hogan 1:200 Boeing 767-400 Leading The Way. There are quite a few airframes I'd love to see produced in 1:200. But, they probably just aren't as popular or demanded by most collectors. I'm a big fan of military aviation, and I'd love to see things like a C-141, C-119, etc. I mean, it's cool that Herpa has produced the AN-225 and the C-5s, but surely they can make better versions right? And since Herpa made the AN-225, why not the AN-124?

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  • Casey99
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    Oh, haven’t seen the hogan one before. Would be nice if it was diecast though. Especially since BA have stopped their service out of London City recently

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  • Mercury
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    Hogan made an Air France 318, but they are hard to find...
    I guess manufacturers don't feel it's worth to make - same with 767-400 - Hogan and Herpa made it, but disappeared fast.
    Who knows though, they eventually made the 717...

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  • Casey99
    started a topic 1:200 a318

    1:200 a318

    Why has no manufacturer made a 1:200 scale A318? There are plenty of A319,320 and 321’s but no A318’s at all. Any ideas why? Do you think anyone will make one/some in the future?

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