What BA models do you have?

Old Jul 9, 2020, 6:20 pm
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Available (or were) here: https://www.godsavethepoints.com/pro...itish-airways/

I am not affiliated with this Blog but I remember seeing them advertised here.

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Old Jul 9, 2020, 6:23 pm
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Here is the BEA A319 and the 737 with Tartan Tail.



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Old Jul 9, 2020, 6:35 pm
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Originally Posted by dood125
Wow! May I ask where you bought that lovely painting of Ba landor livery. Would love to purchase one for my plain looking home office.

thanks!
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Old Jul 9, 2020, 7:35 pm
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Originally Posted by KARFA
I, er, got carried away

Mostly kept in my office at work. I am limiting it to types I have been on.
Do you ever do any work?

Great office and collection.

Further to my earlier reply...I used to have BA BAC 1-11 and 757 models during my bachelor days....bought them from the BA shop at the corner of Gordon St in Glasgow..Eventually threw them out when they became too tatty after being knocked over countless times and bits went missing.
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Old Jul 9, 2020, 9:03 pm
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Originally Posted by TWCLAM
A damn fine young filly called Olivia from mixed fleet but it would be remiss of me to post a picture less Mrs Clam occasion across this thread

( It's a joke people, relax)

In a surprising update to the above. Mrs Clam has said she can live with the young tart model I keep on the side but could the rest of you gentlemen please stop showing me all these toys as I have a bad enough 'anything BA' obsession as it is and she doesn't need more junk cluttering up the place!

( her words you understand, not mine. I'd never dream of calling Olivia "junk" )
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Old Jul 9, 2020, 9:10 pm
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Originally Posted by armouredant
Thank you!
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Old Jul 10, 2020, 1:13 am
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I have a few large scale models, but I’m under constant watch from the other half who says they are too big and get in the way, don’t buy any more blah blah blah - whatever 😇😝


Large scale Concorde - its about 3-4 ft long



Space models 737-200



Space models 777-200 scale 1:100



1:100 scale 767 - unsure of maker

And although not strictly BA, it did become BA - my old BCal DC10......


Space models DC10 scale 1:100

These are just the big scale models. I have numerous small scale Wooster type BA models dating back to the 1980’s, when I collected as a kid - tons of them, too many to detail here.....
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Old Jul 10, 2020, 4:15 am
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- Managed to have trips on all these over the years. ( BA HS748 ''Budgie'', BEA Comet4B, BEA Vanguard (almost hidden at the back) BEA Viscount 800 (tail-fin) & BOAC Viscount 700 (foreground)
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Old Jul 10, 2020, 5:12 am
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I used to have a great B Cal. model, but a base move to Brum was more fun for her than boring old London.
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Old Jul 10, 2020, 6:18 am
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Originally Posted by Jet Ranger
I have a few large scale models, but I’m under constant watch from the other half who says they are too big and get in the way, don’t buy any more blah blah blah - whatever 😇😝


Large scale Concorde - its about 3-4 ft long



Space models 737-200



Space models 777-200 scale 1:100



1:100 scale 767 - unsure of maker

And although not strictly BA, it did become BA - my old BCal DC10......


Space models DC10 scale 1:100

These are just the big scale models. I have numerous small scale Wooster type BA models dating back to the 1980’s, when I collected as a kid - tons of them, too many to detail here.....
The bcal took me back to my first job, just so happens it was with BA late eighties and I was involved with the bcal integration.

As a tea boy may I add, I was only 18!
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Old Jul 10, 2020, 7:10 am
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I don't have any models, and now I feel sad.

Great photos folks, keep them coming!
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Old Jul 10, 2020, 7:40 am
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Originally Posted by TheFlyingCyclist

Maybe one or two... need a Tristar and 1-11 in Landor but the prices are silly right now... would also like the 747 retrojets to go with the BEA A319 that’s hiding in there somewhere...
Great collection. Good to see Trevor Thom on the bookcase also! 👍
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Old Jul 10, 2020, 7:49 am
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I have no BA planes as scale models at the time being, since none of the ones on sale are of those BA airplanes with a registration that would match my flight history. Once I've travelled with a plane that has a matching registration, then I've indeed planned for acquiring the plane as a scale model as well.

I do however have other Speedbird decor, but it's slightly off-topic.
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Old Jul 10, 2020, 10:00 am
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Originally Posted by tjcxx
Well I have nothing so official, but I do have an Airfix Concorde that I put together about 50 years ago, in B.O.A.C. livery, and with the slightly droopy prototype tail. I'll try to dig it out tomorrow and take a picture.
Here we are, looking a little sad for its age. Somewhere along the way the wheels have come off (which is not intended as a metaphor for BA itself ! ), and one forgets how small Concorde was, especially at 1:144 scale.

The livery that never was. Looks good though.

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Old Jul 10, 2020, 10:28 am
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I've got a little 767 model in the office. At least I think it's still there. I haven't been back there since March. Got it at the little model shop up the street from work near ZRH.
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