I remember seeing that plane just over a week ago at the flight line at Paine Field in Everett while there to see the new Boeing Future of Flight center. It was the only newly built 747 out there. Most of the planes were 777s with a single LAN 767.
But one thing confuses me. Why MASkargo with a K? Is the K significant in some language?
If you have never designed an airplane part before, let the real designers do the work!