Federal Express FedEx MD-10-30 N302FE "1994s - Current"  1:200 Scale Federal Express FedEx MD-10-30 N302FE "1994s - Current"  1:200 Scale
Federal Express FedEx MD-10-30 N302FE "1994s - Current"  1:200 Scale

Federal Express FedEx MD-10-30 N302FE "1994s - Current" 1:200 Scale

Federal Express FedEx MD-10-30 N302FE "1994s - Current" Colors
1:200 Scale
AV2DC1093
Details
Federal Express FedEx MD-10-30 N302FE "1994s - Current" Colors 1:200 Scale Limited edition, collectible die-cast model. All metal construction. Detailed scale landing gear featuring rolling rubber tires. Highly accurate tampoprint airline markings. Chrome display stand included. All Metal Limited Pcs World Wide
Additional Info
  • Stock#
    AV2DC1093
  • Brand
    Aviation Models
  • Aircraft
    Douglas DC-10
  • Airline
    FedEx
  • Registration
    N302FE
  • Material
    N/A
  • Scale
    1:200
  • Dimensions (L x W)
    N/A
Warning: Choking Hazard! Contains small parts. Not a toy. Not for children under 3 years.
Customer Reviews
Aviation 200 Federal Express FedEx DC-10-30F N302FE "1994s - Current" Colors (cn 46801/103)
Of the liveries of FedEx I like this one the most. My model however, arrived with the wings about the fall off. This really angered me because for what we pay for the models, you think the model makers would spend the money on glue...what do you think, a few cents? I was informed it the quality of the glue, not the amount they are sparing and applying. Okay, this being said I like this model. I do feel like the nose is not as pointed as the real aircraft but there are many redeeming factors in this model. The landing gear and wheel covers look great. There are even bolts on the hub caps visible. The nose cover has the fleet number on it. The cargo door stands out on the white background of the fuselage. The cockpit windows are properly shaped and the windshield wipers are visible. This image is a good one for comparison: http://www.airliners.net/photo/FedEx-Express/Boeing-MD-10-30F/1650843/L/&sid=fa30057db7caad8ed90dc169e3878944 Engines are shaped properly and the colors of the model are spot on. N302FE first flew May 2, 1973 for Trans International Airlines, delivered June 6, 1973. (N102TV). It was leased by Air Florida and then registered by FedEx May 1, 1984 after being reconfigured to a freighter were it still flies. Review by James F (Posted on 8/27/2011)
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