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Blank Box 1:400 Series CAUAL757200
Boeing 757-200 Diecast Model
United Airlines, N14106 Her Art Here, California

Limited Edition

1:400 Scale   Length   Width
Boeing 757-200   4.75"   3.75"

This eye-catching Boeing 757 design, created by San Francisco resident and artist Tsungwei Moo, is a tribute to the Golden State where we operate two major airport hubs - one in Los Angeles and the other in San Francisco. Her design features quintessential California imagery including sunglasses, palm trees and the Golden Gate Bridge. Tsungwei's creation was also shaped by her personal journey. The talented artist grew up in Taipei before emigrating to San Francisco 14 years ago aboard a United Airlines flight. Before taking to the skies, United's Her Art Here California plane spent time in Amarillo, Texas. After 17 days, 10 colors, 250+ gallons of paint and approximately 4,100 hours, painters finished transforming the Boeing 757 into Tsungwei's winning design.

Boeing 757-200

Designed as a narrow-bodied, twin-engined airliner to replace the 727, the 757 was first flown on February 19th, 1982. Developed in tandem with the wide-bodied 767 twinjet, both aircraft share a common digital cockpit layout and are operated by a two man flight crew. Thanks to a proven reliability track-record, the 757 is approved for extended twin engine operations (ETOPS) making it a popular choice for airlines flying transatlantic routes. A total of 1050 aircraft were built before production ceased in 2004, however many airframes have since been retrofitted with drag-reducing blended winglets to help improve fuel economy.

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Blank Box 1:400 Series

The Blank Box "1:400" range presents detailed, ready-made diecast model aircraft in 1:400 scale.

Blank Box 1:400 diecast airplanes feature:

  • Diecast metal construction, including wings and tail surfaces.
  • Pad printed markings and placards that won't fade or peel like decals.
  • Permanently extended metal landing gear.

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