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      Post #63225, posted on 05-20-2016 GMT-5 hours    
      Don't mean to stir the pot,

      http://tieba.baidu.com/p/4492906174?see_lz=1


      A 1/100 scale Girls Bike (E175)


      Is this true?

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      Post #63229, posted on 05-20-2016 GMT-5 hours    
      Yep - although it is the Mitsubishi Regional Jet.

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      Post #63232, posted on 05-20-2016 GMT-5 hours    
      Sorry, but Embraer is not Mitsubishi...
      This is an embraer no doubt!

      Leandro

      Keep trying!

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      Post #63233, posted on 05-20-2016 GMT-5 hours    
      You are right - I was looking at this without my glasses on and on my phone's screen. I thought I heard a rumor that they were going to be doing the MRJ though.

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      Post #63240, posted on 05-20-2016 GMT-5 hours    
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      A 1/100 scale Girls Bike (E175)


      I've heard Jungle Jet before, but "Girl's bike?" Where'd that one come from?

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      Post #63367, posted on 06-03-2016 GMT-5 hours    


      I've heard Jungle Jet before, but "Girl's bike?" Where'd that one come from?


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      Post #63368, posted on 06-03-2016 GMT-5 hours    
      That is very funny!

      1/100 is not my scale either, but as long as the 175 is accurate and Tamiya quality,
      I will give it a try.

      Walter
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      Post #63372, posted on 06-03-2016 GMT-5 hours    
      Are those tassles on the MEL?

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      Post #64463, posted on 10-01-2016 GMT-5 hours    
      You can go with a minimum of six streamers remaining.

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      Post #64478, posted on 10-03-2016 GMT-5 hours    
      Greetings!

      Although I'm not generally a fan of the regional jets, I've ridden on these a few times and they were not bad for a one hour flight, and they had more room than some bigger jets I've suffered on. I'll probably buy at least one with Tamiya's reputation for quality and its larger size in 1/100. That would fit right in with the Nitto/Entex/Doyusha line.

      BTW, if the streamers/tassles are not listed on the MEL or the CDL, then you have to have ALL of them to go! Maybe we should start calling it a "Carnival" Jet.......... Nah, "Girls Bike" is better!

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      Jeff Jarvis

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