Airliners often have a few oddities in they’re family. The Boeing 767-400 is just such an oddball. Produced for just two airlines, The 767-400ER was a stretch of the original 300ER, and featured a new, modern cockpit comparable to the 777. Only 38 were produced, with Delta Airlines and Continental Airlines. This card dates around May 2009, a year before they merged with United, taking the United name on October 1st 2010. So this card is likely the last Continental Revision.