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Found these at TRU and thought they were pretty close to 1/64 scale ,they are made by hotwings in the private series.

 

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A lot of smaller airplanes are made in 1:72 scale.
I have a few but don't collect them on a regular basis.
BYW, I like both of them.
And having flown in a Cessna many times, that one is special.
Thanks for sharing.

Cheers. Cobra
 

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Those look pretty good. I saw them, but didn't get to take a good look. How much were they? Weren't they in a four pack or something like that?
 

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Considering that a Johnny Gremlin is the same size as their '69 Impala, I'd say don't worry about a little discrepancy in scale :lol: :devil:
 

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BTW, specs on a Cessna 152:
Length: 24 ft 1 in
Wingspan: 33 ft 9 in

Specs on a 442:
Length: 203.31 in (17 ft= 204in)

So, in 1:1 the Cessna should be seven feet longer than the Cutlass ;)
 

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carnut2256 said:
Considering that a Johnny Gremlin is the same size as their '69 Impala, I'd say don't worry about a little discrepancy in scale :lol: :devil:
Good point, Carnut.
Actually we should be talking about 3" scale and not 1:64.
1:64 is only a relative term for most of these castings.
I also liked your factual information on airplane/car sizes.

Cheers. Cobra
 
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