Aeroclassics seems to be putting the finishing touches on its recent foray into the 757 side of the 1/400 market. After a total of 10 overall releases, collectors now have a good sampling of their efforts to convert NG built models into main-line Aeroclassics products. While the mould itself has very little to do with Aeroclassics, the paint, printing and overall look of the model are their responsibility. In this review I take a look at one of the four Aeroclassics Boring 757-200 models I've decided to purchase.
I chose this particular model because I have been slowly working my way into earlier paint schemes but I prefer later made aircraft. This 757 is a good marriage because it ticks both of these boxes. This particular aircraft is rather unremarkable. Perhaps it was a participant in Operation Solomon. The 50th anniversary logos are a nice touch and add a distinctly collectable feature.
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