Delta DC-8-50 Jetliner Reg# N801E Large Titles Aero Classics Delta DC-8-50 Jetliner Reg# N801E Large Titles Aero Classics
Delta DC-8-50 Jetliner Reg# N801E Large Titles Aero Classics

Delta DC-8-11 "Jetliner" Reg# N801E Large Titles Aero Classics 1:400

Aero Classics die-cast scale models
Delta DC-8-11 "Jetliner" Reg# N801E "DELTA AIR LINES" large titles Aero Classics 1:400
"DC-8 Jetliner" Markings on white tail
Details
Aero Classics die-cast scale models Delta DC-8-11 "Jetliner" Reg# N801E "DELTA AIR LINES" large titles Aero Classics 1:400 "DC-8 Jetliner" Markings on white tail Douglas DC-8 Tail Registration: N801E 1:400 Scale Highly detailed die-cast model in 1:400 scale. Very limited production. Diecast Model Airliner. Scale 1:400. Detailed scale landing gear. Highly accurate tempo print airline livery and markings.
Additional Info
  • Stock#
    ACN801E
  • Brand
    Aero Classics
  • Country of Manufacture
  • Aircraft
    Douglas DC-8
  • Airline
    Delta Airlines
  • Registration
    N801E
  • Material
    N/A
  • Scale
    1:400
  • Dimensions (L x W)
    N/A
Warning: Choking Hazard! Contains small parts. Not a toy. Not for children under 3 years.
Customer Reviews
Aeroclassics Delta DC-8-11 "Jetliner" markings N801E "DELTA AIR LINES" large titles (cn 45408/14)
Must rant a little: nose gear fell off model, tires went but were rescued and restored to the model. I just don't understand skimping on glue like that. I am still gonna rate this model at 5 out of 5. Tire and gear problems on other DC-8 models have also been noted. Honestly I would rather have non-rolling tires and have them not fall of the gear than to have this kind of thing happen.

The aircraft was built in 1959 and delivered to Delta July 21, 1959 as a -11 and converted to a -51 July, 1963. The aircraft was sold May, 1977 and was broken up in April, 1978. Delta had been the sole owner of the air frame.

Faithfully this model has been reproduced in the pre-widget colors. I like the Delta markings on the engines which are properly shaped. The nose, cockpit and cockpit windows are also spot on. The printing of the windows and the passenger doors are crisp and sharp over the cheat line. Fleet number is on the nose gear cover. Warning lights are on the wing tips and tail.

The heavy large letters are so dramatic on the white back drop of this model.

This was ship one of the DC-8-11. This is a great contribution to the aircraft history of Delta.
Review by James F (Posted on 5/16/2015)
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