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Hasegawa 747-200

Tue Oct 07, 2008 6:37 am

Does anyone know where to get a Hasegawa 747-200. I have the decals for the Qantas delivery scheme in 1/200 scale, just not the airplane. Any help would be appreciated. I have checked Ebay and Airline Hobby Supplies, but to no avail.

Thanks
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RE: Hasegawa 747-200

Tue Oct 07, 2008 12:05 pm

Just found one on Ebay for you.

Item #160289354415

It's actually a model of Air Force One, but it does have a 747-200 fuselage. Decals are damaged but you won't be needing them anyway.

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RE: Hasegawa 747-200

Thu Oct 09, 2008 1:11 am



Quoting CairnTerriAIR (Reply 1):
It's actually a model of Air Force One, but it does have a 747-200 fuselage. Decals are damaged but you won't be needing them anyway.

Wrong engines though, but still a 1/200 scale fuselage
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RE: Hasegawa 747-200

Thu Oct 16, 2008 1:25 am



Quoting Malaysia (Reply 2):
Wrong engines though, but still a 1/200 scale fuselage

Did Qantas use RR engines?

If so, I don't think Hasegawa ever issued them in kit.

They are available from Braz.

http://www.brazmodels.com/Boeing/B747-200/B747-200Kitphoto.htm
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RE: Hasegawa 747-200

Thu Oct 16, 2008 6:24 pm



Quoting Doug_Or (Reply 3):
Did Qantas use RR engines?

They used all. The early 238's had P&W engines while the later models had the RR. They leased a GE 200 from MP in the 80's briefly.
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Quoting Doug_Or (Reply 3):
If so, I don't think Hasegawa ever issued them in kit.

Hasegawa did have RR engines on the Qantas 747-300 kit
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RE: Hasegawa 747-200

Sun Oct 19, 2008 9:21 pm

But the Air Force One kit uses Four General Electric CF6-80C2B1, the GE that Qantas used are older and also different appearance
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