Maybe it is the reverse like the case of A330s/A340s. But then, more moulds mean more competitions, more choices for the collector and maybe more inventory for shops...It's quite conceivable that it's NG's. In keeping with their practice of using their moulds, and perhaps evidenced by recent photos by NG revealing all versions. Apparently ready to go. Curious that the 767 moulds were not in Amsterdam.
I would much rather see "DC-9-10 wars". There are over 30 different schemes I'd be interested in, and no suitable molds in 1:400 whatsoever.Everyone releasing a 767-400 to add to the toolings already available. Limited livery and release options. It's 'VC-10 wars' all over again.
Yeah it's wild, but exciting nonetheless! Glad we're getting a standard Delta 764.Crazy how all of a sudden we have multiple 767-400ER moulds! Can't complain though, hopefully this means no shortage of all the various liveries and maybe a few different regs of the same can be released!
Yeah when speaking to Panda they told us to contact ARD to retail them, I would assume it was originally C models who wanted to do themActually I heard that the 737-400s weren't ARD commissioned but ARD threw their toys out the pram because they have the BA license. I think they may have been C Models originally.