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Delta Airlines  Lockheed L-749  N88868 1:200

Delta Airlines Lockheed L-749 N88868 1:200

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Delta Airlines Lockheed L-749 N88868
1/200 scale Western Models

Product Description

Delta Airlines Lockheed L-749 N88868
1/200 scale Western Models

Western Model: quality and attention to detail of WM caught the eye of collectors all over the world.
All Metal Diecast Aircraft

Additional Information

  • Stock#
  • Brand
    Western Models, Aero200
  • Aircraft
    Lockheed L-749
  • Airline
    South African
  • Registration
  • Material
    Die-cast Metal
  • Scale
  • Dimensions (L x W)

Customer Reviews

  1. Iconic Delta Airlines Lockheed L-749 "Connie"Review by Tony G.
    Customer Rating

    Another great reproduction in 1:200 scale from Western Models of the Delta Airlines Lockheed L-749 "Connie." WM did a nice job on the landing gears and the way the model sits. The shape of the fuselage was nicely done from nose to tail. Everything on the model lines-up correctly and the Tampo applied paint graphics are super. The propellers spin freely as does all the wheels, no binding on this model. If you love the Lockheed Constellation and like it even more dressed-up in the "Delta" colors, don't hesitate to add this one to your collection. In my book... "anything Delta" is just fine, I'm glad it's part of my fleet! (Posted on 7/18/2011)

  2. Western Models Delta Airlines Lockheed L-749 N88868 868 (cn 2067)Review by James F
    Customer Rating

    This model was issued at the same time Western Models released another Delta L-749 with the Delta and C and S colors. Western Models has a nice L-749 mould but I think they could add a few more details on a model this size that would give it something a little extra. Landing gear look good on this model, including the nose gear which has much more details than previously issued WM models from the old company. The airplane had big tires and this is well depicted in the model The model has a scaled antenna, spinning props and rolling tires. The window printing and cockpit shape appears good. WM has captured the nose shape very well. On the tail, the passenger entry side of the aircraft depicts the American flag but I think it "blows" the wrong way on this side of the model and the stars should be on the left as you face the flag. This plane was delivered new to Pan Am on May 25, 1946 as "Clipper Peerless". It was sold to Delta in 1956 and then to American Flyers in 1960. Many By 1970 propliners sat at airports all around the country awaiting their fate. This one never flew again and was finally broken up in 1974 This one was seen at the Galveston, TX airport July, 1970. (Posted on 3/14/2011)


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