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Scale 1 : 144
Publisher/Brand X-Scale Models
Category Scale Modelling
Subcategory Kits: Airliners
Availability Not in stock (yet). Future release. Can now be ordered and paid. When it becomes available it will be despatched immediately or you will be notified to pick it up depending on your choice at checkout.
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This product was added to our database on Wednesday 22 March 2023.
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New Kitrange from Ukraine
The kit is now shipped to us and we have opened the pre-order facility as we expect a huge demand
Second kit will be a Delta livery but KLM versions are also contemplated
It all however depends on what the little boy in Kremlin will throw at us.
The Douglas DC-8 (sometimes McDonnell Douglas DC-8) is a long-range narrow-body airliner built by the American Douglas Aircraft Company. After losing the May 1954 US Air Force tanker competition to the Boeing KC-135, Douglas announced in July 1955 its derived jetliner project. In October 1955, Pan Am made the first order along with the competing Boeing 707, and many other airlines followed. The first DC-8 was rolled out in Long Beach Airport on April 9, 1958, and flew for the first time on May 30. FAA certification was achieved in August 1959 and the DC-8 entered service with Delta Air Lines on September 18. Series 30. For intercontinental routes, the three Series 30 variants combined JT4A engines with a one-third increase in fuel capacity and strengthened fuselage and landing gear. The DC-8-31 was certified in March 1960 with 16,800 lb (75.2 kN) JT4A-9 engines for 300,000-pound (136,080 kg) maximum takeoff weight. The DC-8-32 was similar but allowed 310,000-pound (140,600 kg) weight. The DC-8-33 of November 1960 substituted 17,500 lb (78.4 kN) JT4A-11 turbojets, a modification to the flap linkage to allow a 1.5° setting for more efficient cruise, stronger landing gear, and 315,000-pound (142,880 kg) maximum weight. Many -31 and -32 DC-8s were upgraded to this standard. A total of 57 DC-8-30s were produced (five of which were later upgraded to DC-8-50 standard).
The kit consists of:- 178 plastic parts- decal- masks- scheme for coloring the model- detailed instruction in English