Check out Richard's excellent Yesterday's Airlines website under "The History of Gemini Jets 1998-2004" for a photograph of the Bauhaus 747.The 'Bauhaus' tail is one of my favourites utopia schemes, wasn't aware of this, will keep an eye out.
Thanks, will do!Check out Richard's excellent Yesterday's Airlines website under "The History of Gemini Jets 1998-2004" for a photograph of the Bauhaus 747.
Wow. This is beautiful, I wish I had the othersFour of the six sisters together - who has the other two?
Mostly they come just in their plastic cradle although several are in the generic GJ white box.What is the box for the samples?
I think they keep a complete display at their Vegas HQ, I've seen Elliot doing interviews in it on TV.Just out of interest, anyone know if Gemini Jets/ADI have a model archive respository where they have a copy of every GJ model, production and sample model they've produced?
If not open to the public at their Las Vegas home, surely they have a copy of every model produced worthy of a museum set up given their founding father status in this hobby?