ahhh, lockheed numbers... this should be fun:
Actually its more alike: L-1011-385-1-14 Tristar 100/150 or L1011-385-3 Tristar 500.
now if you want the FULL thing: L-1011-385-1-193A for an original Eastern Tristar 1, L1011-385-1-14-193E for an Air Canada Tristar 100, any airlines that bought -500s got a second customer code for those. Why 193? dont ask me...
ok so lets break this down L(Lockheed) 1011 (model) 385 (something to do with the design number) 1(subtype, 1 for standard body, 3 for the 500) 14 (version, not on Tristar 1 or 500, 11=Tristar 50, 14=100/150, 15=200) 193A (customer code, 193A=Eastern, 193B=Eastern 193C= British Airways, 193E=Air Canada, 193K=Court Line, 193R=LTU, etc theres probably a full list online somewhere, i dont have time to look it up now).
Just to throw one more wrench into this, 3 designations that never got built:
L1011-385-8M, DC-10-30 competitor, never got built, pity...
L1011-385-4 Tristar 600, Twin Engine
L1011-385-9C, sometimes called L1011-700, L1011 for mid-80s introduction with FBW, GE
/RR/PW engine options, winglets on some drawings... Lockheed MD
-11 competitor. design never progressed beyond drawing board, killed with L1011 program in early 80s.
Thankfully only the Tristar is this confusing, the L-188 used the Older letter (A or C) subtype system used by the Constellation line and previous designs.
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