Buying a super constellation model

So it’s nearly Christmas and my brother loves the super Connie and I would like to buy him a super constellation in the Qantas livery most likely
Note I’m only young so not to expensive
Thanks in advance

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I’m not sure what you’re asking for here. Are you looking for a model to assemble? Diecast?

if you want a model then here

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Excellent advice, don’t give personal information out.

I have seen some for like $68 $100 ausd Australian dollar

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Yes it is I was just saying I have seen a that price

ohhh alright gotcha now

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I like the kits I got a harrier haven’t finished it because I run out of glue then lost the instructions as I got the glue

how about taking this discussion to PM?

I’ll get you hooked up to the Aussie Aviation store. Shipped straight from Melbourne!

There’s a 1:500 Qantas available on the Qantas site, 1:5s are really small so they are easy to transport

Here ya go @Fynn
https://www.aviation-center.com.au/contents/en-us/d201.html#p3968
$37 from Herpa Wings. It is 1:500 scale.
The exact same model is also sold in the Qantas shop for $35.
http://www.qantasshop.com.au/product-226-Qantas_L1049G
Then there is VH-EAP metal die-cast 1:200 model for $60.
http://www.qantasshop.com.au/product-227-Qantas_Super_Constellation_VH_EAP
And a VH-EAO metal die-cast 1:200 model also for $60.
http://www.qantasshop.com.au/product-228-Qantas_Super_Constellation

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Which one would you recommend

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I would recommend the Qantas site as it is the cheapest and is also most trustworthy

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Aviation Centre is also very trustworthy, they have a huge range and a shop near Melbourne Airport. Get the 1:200 @Fynn, 1:500 would be too small.

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I am looking at 3 models
A herpa wings
Dragon wings
And one on the Qantas shop

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Basically 2 as the Qantas store one is Herpa

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I don’t understand what you are trying to say

The dragon wings one is Connie been on this aircraft in real life

The Qantas Shop is selling the Herpa model. The Herpa 1:500 model would be a bit small since the actual aircraft is only 35m long. So the 1:200 would be a better suit for a model of the Connie.

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