Thursday, November 21, 2013

42025 Cargo Plane - Main and B-model pictures

I've just seen online pictures from the new 42025 Cargo Plane set and decided to share them here with you.

We have seen the Cargo Plane before in a very blurred image and a bit different from its final aspect, mainly because it didn't have any stickers applied. It happens this set is heavily "stickered", so the final aspect should look a bit different... In fact it looks even better!

So, here it is the main model,

And by the way you can also see the the respective model for the same reference.
A nice looking Hovercraft - I think you will like it!

It doesn't last long until we can share a lot more with you!


Allanp said...

Looks fantastic, so far so good. Still the question of authentic functionality remains, what level of detail have they decided to go for? Will a single control stick control separate pitch and roll flaps via some intricate linkage, maybe even with dual moving cockpit controls for pilot and co-pilot? Or will it be a simpler, less interesting set up? So yeah, great pictures, the b-model looks great too, has the potential to be great, but it might still be dull, time will tell!

Fernando Correia said...


Nahh... Don't dream too much! :)

Allanp said...

If I were to dream too much I'de also be dreaming of engines behind each of the propellers and lots of lift arms in the shape of a wing profile LOL. Either way at least the colour is great and it looks cool :)

MattTheTubaGuy said...

To me it looks like it will have a mechanism like 8263 Snow Groomer, with a lever that can move forward and back, as well as side to side. Side to side will move the ailerons on each side up and down in opposite directions, while forward and back will move the elevators up and down.
It also seems to have 4 motorised functions like the helicopter:
-Front lifts with a mini LA
-rear door lowers with a second mini LA
-landing gear including covers for rear wheels deploy/retract
-motorised spinning of the propellers
I am quite excited for this, especially since my first Technic set was 8434 Aircraft. :)

Jim van Gulik said...

My soon to be favorite model of all times!

I'd already seen a final picture and it was love at first sight hehe.

Can't wait to get my hands on it.

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