Super thrilled with this release! Couldn't be happier with this release! Super awesome color combos and another great NASA tag
The bare metal tag is nice, a great tag to add to the collection.Unfortunately the plane was abandoned for quite some time, and it shows heavily in the other tag variants. But the bare metal still looks good!
Love the look of this airplane. One of my favorites. It's such an elegant and graceful looking plane. I'm proud to say I'm taking part in keeping its history alive.
Not only is this a NASA aircraft, but the aircraft itself is interesting! Having this planetag is perfect way to bolster my collection with unique and amazing pieces of aviation history!
One of my top 5 tags that's is an absolute great piece to own. Great history and a great plane with beautiful backing cards and engraving.
For me the Constellation is another Holy Grail aircraft. What an amazing release and set! The colors, patina, and history make this a year's highlight tag. Thanks so much for this release!
Really nice piece, the scratches are amazing and unique. I really recommend this tag if you are a fan of the constellation!
Very interesting, but not sure it is entirely correct. I was a passenger on 131624 from NAS Quonset Point, Rhode Island to Christchurch New Zealand in September 1970 as a member of VXE-6 Operation Deep Freeze a US Navy Squadron flying in support of US Antarctic Research Program during the astral summer in Antarctica. As squadron records show, the aircraft went to storage in Tuscon, was put up for sale, no one purchased and it was cut up in 1971. But that may be incorrect also and I do have pictures of 131624 Phoenix in that years cruise book.
I was surprised that several types were sold out but no one has yet deigned to write a Review. Well, let me begin by saying that the Super Constellation was a true eye-catcher back in the time I grew up in. Never flown on one but I always saw them here and there. Thanks to Planetags, a small piece to remember them by.