B720 Caesar's Chariot Led Zeppelin Tour Passenger Airliner 1/144 Roden

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The Boeing 720 'Caesar's Chariot' plane was converted from the standard passenger layout to a 45-seater luxury version, ordered by the famous Caesar's Palace hotel and casino in Las Vegas. In 1977 it was hired by the well-known rock group Led Zeppelin for their tour to the USA, because their previous plane, 'The Starship', had engine problems and couldn't fly. During the tour the Led Zeppelin logo and the logo of their Swan Song record label was placed on the fuselage. After the end of the tour the plane was returned to its owners, and in 1986 it was acquired by the US government for spare part support for the KC-135 tankers, and gradually taken apart.

Please see the paint guide below for the manufacturer’s recommended colors. Roden recommends Vallejo paints for this kit, and you can find the full line by clicking here.

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Product Details:

Scale: 1/144

Skill Level: 3

- Molded in high quality plastic

- Clear parts

- Includes decals for one version:

  1. Boeing      720 N7224U “Caesar’s Chariot”, Led Zeppelin North American Tour, Summer      1977

- Illustrated instructions

*Cement is recommended for polystyrene plastic*


Paint Guide:



Transparent Red

Transparent Green




Dark Grey

Light Blue Grey

Golden Yellow

Cadmium Brown

Dark Blue