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CO 777 Peter Max

Sun Jul 22, 2001 12:34 pm

Is there a Continental 777 Peter Max scheme for Herpa and if there is how can I get it.
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RE: CO 777 Peter Max

Sun Jul 22, 2001 3:26 pm

I'm not sure who makes it but they do make a 1/200 and 1/100 scale mahogany model of the Peter Max 777 mounted on a wooden base. They have one of each fro sale in our company store at EWR. However they are $250 and $325 respectively. I was always so tempted to buy one since I love that plane but thats too damn expensive.
However, one day I was browsing through ebay and came across an auction for one for only $25. Well it turns out this one is made of plastic and is the snap fit type. It came in a box with a pic of each side of the plane on each side of the box and has the NYC 2000 logo on it and says limited edition. unfortunately it does not say anywhere who it was manufactured by. It not very detailed but nor are the mahoghany models either. I detailed my up a little by adding bare metal foil to the leading edge slats and some on the underbelly like the real plane. The guy I bought it from said he got a whole box from somewhere but didnt say exactly where. So, you might wanna check out ebay and do a search for "boeing 777". That's what I did.

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RE: CO 777 Peter Max

Tue Jul 24, 2001 4:16 am

I bought a CO777 Peter Max from Jetstreamsusa. They had few in stock, but website now says they are temporary out of stock. But, It is more to me that they are sold out for good. It is very good model, with new landing gears. contact the jetstreamsusa.
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RE: I Seen It 2 Weeks Ago At This Site

Tue Jul 24, 2001 4:44 am

i saw it for sale at 2 weeks ago, im not sure if they still sell it or not, but its a herpa wings.

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RE: CO 777 Peter Max

Tue Jul 24, 2001 5:02 am

I just checked out and they have 2 kinds for sale. Looks like the same 1/200 plastic one I got for $39.95 and a new Herpa Wings 1/500 for $34.95. It doesnt say the Hepra is out of stock bu who knows. I just ordered mine we'll see ifs in stock or not....
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RE: CO 777 Peter Max

Tue Jul 24, 2001 7:58 am

The 1:200 snap-fit model is by Long Prosper. I have it. Very detailed, and the base has the "NYC-2000" logo as well as the CO logo and Boeing 777-200.

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RE: CO 777 Peter Max

Tue Jul 24, 2001 11:07 am

yeah thats the one I have. I got my off of ebay for about $30. Didn't know who made it. As far as the plane goes its not detailed but the paint job is dead on, right to the NYC 2000 logo and the Lady Liberty mural in the back.

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