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Thank you very much
Thank you for every single vote! Keep them coming, please! The time is running out. Let´s reach 1K!
You can still read an interesting review of my plane on Brickset official site:
..for reaching at least 500!
All lights on, enjoy the view. Let´s reach 500 guys! Thank you!
..for reaching 450 votes...I am still sure that we can reach 1K in the remaining time!
Dears, I have decided to upgrade my 737-300 to a 737-700 series aircraft (737-724 version to be correct). It didn´t take me so long as these two types (classic 300 and NG 700) share many commonalities and dimensions (except for the avionics which is not my building concern..)
A lot of my attention was dedicated to the design of Split scimitar winglets (APB) which have been retrofitted to the entire United 737-7 fleet. I think that the ventral strake looks nice and neat as well as the scimitar tips. To be honest, I like the scimitar concept much more than the actual MAX advanced split winglet.
So, what exactly has changed?
- Absence of the "eyebrows"
- Flaps /fairings/
- Navgation lights (strobes are next to the NAV lights)
- Antennas (the lump is the SAT inflight WiFi system)
- The position of landing lights logo lights
- Some other minor changes
Some new pictures + details
I just wanted to introduce the plane from more different angles, with landing gear up and down, including some detailed shots as well. Although the pics are not professional and the background is not optimal, I am sure you´re gonna like them. I have already spent more than 2 years with this plane - redesigning, refining, improving, studying 737 pictures and technical specs.
Anyway, thank you for your support once again! Keep it up! We need to reach at least 1K!
New nose section and cockpit
Sleeker nose, brand new cockpit windows (the side ones are bigger), new pitot probes + more accurate winglets angle
Brand new evac markings and other changes
- evacuation markings on the wings, built solely from printed bricks
- grey cockpit windows frame
- new beacons color
- the lower beacon is now functional, too
- new antennas
- redesigned towbar-less pushback truck
Just read an older comment on my plane here: