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Boeing 727-200 (Continental Airlines) Model Aircraft

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Old January 18th 08, 06:24 AM posted to rec.aviation.products
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Default Boeing 727-200 (Continental Airlines) Model Aircraft

The Boeing 727-200 was a stretched version of the 727-100. It was 20
feet longer than the 727-100. It was an air transport aircraft used by
the Continental Airlines, one of the major international airports.

Warplanes.com offers the Boeing 727-200 (Continental Airlines) model
aircraft. It was a complete replica of the original aircraft. It has a
span of 18 inches and length of 12.75 inches.

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