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Help With Reno Air/AA Dragon Wings Model

Tue Oct 04, 2005 12:50 pm

I am a big fan and collector of odd livery aircraft and defunct airline models in 1/400 scale, and I recently bought a Reno Air MD-80 off of ebay because it had an AA sticker placed over the tail mountains. I got it in the mail the other day, and it looks good, but the AA sticker is only on the right side of the tail. I just want to ask and see if anyone thinks this is right, or if it should be on both sides of the tail. Its understandable if it is, since airlines normally would do that to acquired airplanes, but I figured someone on would know if that is correct.

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RE: Help With Reno Air/AA Dragon Wings Model

Thu Oct 06, 2005 2:29 am

Put in the tail number in the photo search on here it see on the real plane.
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RE: Help With Reno Air/AA Dragon Wings Model

Fri Oct 21, 2005 7:18 pm

The AA stick was on both sides before we painted them grey tails

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