This is the 1/144 scale Boeing 747-400 plastic model airplane kit by Revell.
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Highly detailed 1/144th scale plastic kit for static display 155 parts in white and clear with fine recessed panel lines GE CF6-80 engine pods with detailed fan fronts and exhaust nozzles Detailed wheel wells and landing gear Clear windshield and wingroot landing lights - NOTE: the passenger cabin windows are punched out of the fuselage leaving a hole for each window. But, no clear parts are included for these windows! There are therefore three options for dealing with the windows when assembling the kit: 1/ leave them as is - not very realistic; 2/ fill in the windows with putty and use aftermarket window decals; 3/ use a liquid window material such as Micro Krystal Kleer which forms a thin clear film in the window opening. There is no interior cabin or cockpit detail.
- Dimensions: Wingspan: 462mm Fuselage Length: 490mm Scale: 1/144th
Requirements & Suggestions
- Additional paints Required: Colours are all flat except where indicated Detail colours: Silver, Black, Clear Red, Metallic Grey, and Clear Blue. .
- Other Required Items: Basic tools: Hobby knife, paint brushes, sandpaper. Nice-to-have tools: Needle file set, sprue cutter (see XURON), Airbrush and associated accessories Adhesives: Major components - liquid plastic cement (Testors, TENAX 7R) Clear parts - White glue, odourless CA, or TENAX 7R Detail parts - CA or tube-type plastic cement.
When the first flight of the Boeing 747 occurred in 1969 the aircraft was the heaviest, most powerful, and had the largest passenger carrying capability of any civil airliner ever built. The 747 was the first "widebody" airliner and, consequently, the first of the "Jumbo Jets." Today, even after the introduction of many new large passenger aircraft, the 747 maintains it's status as having the largest passenger and cargo carrying capacity. The latest version of the 747, which this 1/144th scale Revell-Germany kit represents is the 747-400in which is distinguished from earlier models by the wintip winglets, extended upper deck, and larger engine nacelles each housing a General Electric CF6-80 high-bypass ration turbofan engine of 60,000lbs thrust. This kit of the 747-400 contains markings for Lufthansa.