Few commercial aircraft have enjoyed a production run that spans than four decades and service in nearly every nation on Earth The Boeing 737 has such a track record The book takes you on a journey through the continuing story of the 737, from the first aircraft to roll of the production line in the 1960s to the very latest airframes being delivered to major airlines today The book also offers a look at some of the most interesting 737 liveries as well as parts of the aircraft that few people get to see Also covered are business jets, cargo carriers, and military versions of the 737 that are less familiar even to the thousands of air travelers who have flown aboard this legendary Boeing liner....
|Title||:||Boeing 737 (At The Gate No. 2)|
|Publisher||:||Squadron Signal Publications January 1, 2011|
|Number of Pages||:||96 pages|
|File Size||:||988 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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Boeing 737 (At The Gate No. 2) Reviews
It's a typical Squadron book. An excellent reference for scale model kit builders! Lots and lots and lots of photo's, with a little background information thrown in. Perfect for what I wanted.
One of the great things about Squadron books, including Volume 1 of the "At the Gate" series, are the highly detailed line drawings of the respective aircraft. Inexplicably, the line drawings in this book are simply awful. In most cases, the drawings only faintly resemble the actual 737 series and the drawing of the -900 series on p. 81 is especially bad, showing the nose wheel far aft of the passenger entry door.
This is a must have book, it has a lot of information for reference.