Item showed up as advertised, very happy. Prompt dispatch, easy to track. Australia Post asleep at the wheel, not MOTO's fault of course, they held up their part of the bargain :)
Excellent work , exactly what i expected to see and my choice for a gift!
An amazing piece of history! What a unique item. I swear I can smell the oils, fluids, and gases that are distinctive of military aircraft.
Fantastic diversity of patinas from this B-52. Already 5 different variations of greens in my collection. Great series !
Still not received item, still in Los Angeles, ordered mid sept, guess due to covid
I’ll let you know if and when I receive it -
These tags are so fantastic that I bought four of them. They are not pieces from a random B-52, but from a Stratofortress that once occupied a prominent role within the Strategic Air Command. B-52B-35-BO 53-0394 (“Lucky Lady III”) had circled the globe in 1957 and was featured in Life magazine. Years later, after it was retired, the aircraft was sent to the old U.S. Air Force Museum in Ohio. With these PlaneTags, Dave and MotoArt have people again talking about a famous airplane that was likely forgotten by many people when it was largely hidden in Walter Soplata's collection. I’m grateful Mr. Soplata rescued parts of the Lucky Lady III from the scrapper, and I’m glad that Dave has made those parts into PlaneTags.
It's going to be a gift.
Recently bought 2 tags, Victor and B52, tags as espected are astonishing! 5* However, 2 tags arrived together in one small envelope separated by an invoice. This turned out to be not idea for their transit to UK and cards have been slightly damaged in the corners. Hope future orders will be packaged differently. P.s. My L1011 arrived packaged brilliantly together with small leaflets and other company advertisments, it was great!
The bird has landed, this special piece was delivered safe and sound all the way in the land down under. Very impressed with the quality of the workmanship and the presentation is inspirational. I purchased 3 pieces and would highly recommend this company.
Took 5 weeks to get this from CA to OH. It moved quickly from MotoArt to the USPS and then stalled. I filed a request with my local PO and was told that due to Covid the sort centers in several states were shut down and Ohio was severely overloaded and backlogged. I ordered bumper stickers from Louisville, KY, at the same time and it took them 4 weeks to arrive after they hit the USPS system. Louisville is only a 4 hour drive for me. I had planned to get this while my son was away working at Scout camp, but he was already back home and intercepted it bringing the mail in. He absolutely loves it! But now I have to get something else for him for Christmas this year... :)
Wonderful experience! I see that a lot of the bad reviews are the Post Offices fault, not yours and I would choose UPS as a better alternative. Mine still arrived, but not quickly. Worth the wait! Wonderful condition. Better than I imagined based on pics on your site. Honored to own a small piece of both of these aircraft. THANK YOU!
This plane tag is awesome! You will love it!
I was 9 years old at the time. I never thought I would own a piece of it. I got the Ohio Patina which is cool. Not only is it a great coloring it isn't smooth. I can feel the variations in the piece. I can't thank MotoArt for the PlaneTags enough. I am hooked on them and this B-52 is a great addition to my currently small collection. I am one of the customers that had a delay in getting their order for the B-52. It was stuck in the Post Office in Torrance, CA since July 4th. Customer Service at MotoArt was great in dealing with the Post Office to clear it up. It finally made it to Los Angeles and there it sits. Since I had recently placed another order for the L-1011 they included a replacement B-52. If I could I would give Customer Service a 10 and would buy them a drink.
Ordered a B-52 tag in June. Like others have posted here , it got stuck within the USPS system. Being impatient , I ordered a second B-52 tag and it arrived in just a few days. I see that the one I ordered in June is now moving within the USPS , I should have my second one soon.
If i had recieved it then maybe i could of left a review
Order #335434. B-52 tag scanned by Torrance Post Office on June 30th. Scanned again by Torrance P.O. on July 4th. That was the last scan. Still have not received my item.
The plane tag arrived at my Australian address this morning. I was excited to receive the skin from my favourite military aircraft. We do not see this aircraft flying in this country. I have shown the skin to my colleagues who were also excited to feel its surface and thickness. It is well worth purchasing from MotoArt. Regards Peter Dusha.
I cannot review this tag as it’s been sitting with USPS since 07/04/20. I haven’t received any response emails from the company either with the $80 tag that hasn’t been received.. Boeing B-52 Lucky Lady III - PLANETAG TAIL #53-394 Ohio Patina
All of the items I’ve ordered from PlaneTags have been great, unfortunately, I cannot review this one as it’s been sitting with USPS since July 4th, maybe they’ll deliver it soon ♂️