Presenting the Aerosoft Bombardier CRJ-700 in the colours of Eastern Air Lines, as seen on N8901E a DC-9-14 which operated with Eastern between 1971 and 1979. The bare metal finish was introduced in 1977 and would replace the white which backed the New Mark/Hockeystick scheme of blue cheatlines down the fuselage and up the tail from its inception in 1965. The bare metal finish would last until the demise of the airline in 1991, with only a change to the pattern of the cheatlines occuring between 1981 and 1990.

The white finish version can be found here: