Boeing 737 MAX (737-MAX) Aeromexico 1/200 Scale Airplane Model - Hogan

$ 44.99

1:200 Scale  Plastic Snap-Fit – Boeing 737 MAX (737-MAX)– Length:7.75"  Wingspan: 7"

This Hogan 737 Max  has great details, from the wing panels to the color and markings on the fuselage and engines. All is where it is supposed to be.

Some minor assembly is required such as attaching the wings into the fuselage. No glue or painting is needed.

A display stand is included with the model.

The landing gear requires the user to attach/assemble it to the fuselage and wings. This has be done very carefully as the pieces are very small in size and very fragile. Although it is supposed to be snap/friction fit, a tiny drop of glue might be used to secure the landing gear in place (and not having fall off or get loosen).

 

Things to notice in this line:

- Accurate landing gear

- Smooth rolling wheels on the landing gear (be sure to place it in a flat surface)

- Rubber tires and metallic looking wheels (hubs)

- Pivoting landing gear

- Accurate (more or less) shaped fan blades inside the engines

- The fan blades inside the engines CAN ROTATE (if you blow onto the turbines/engines, the fan blades will turn)

 

The packaging is also top quality. All the parts have their own space in several plastic shells that are stacked on top or inside one another and are fitted into the box. 

 

If you got little kids that like to take your models for a spin (even a gentle one), better save yourself some frustration and wait till they are old enough to follow directions before getting one of this.

 

The box measures 11.5" x 3" x 2"

The Boeing 737 MAX is an American narrow body jetliner series being developed by Boeing Commercial Airplanes as the successor to the Boeing 737 Next Generation series. The 737 MAX is the fourth generation of the 737 family, with the primary change being the use of the larger and more efficient CFM International LEAP-1B engines and modifications to the airframe. As of June 30, 2016, Boeing has 3,218 firm orders for the aircraft.[6] The 737 MAX first flew on January 29, 2016, nearly 49 years after the maiden flight of the 737 on April 9, 1967; the MAX is scheduled for first delivery in 2017 with launch customerSouthwest Airlines.