No, the angle of attack of a symmetric airfoil is the same whichever way up the plane is flying. The 707 and Concorde airfoils are almost symmetric. The C172 wing is highly cambered and asymmetric for max lift and low cruise speed. Combined with differential ailerons, Fowler flaps, and a faired strut, it really doesn't work well upside down. It's actually a much more complicated shape than the Boeing in cruise mode. Interestingly the 707 is quite a good glider: the airfoil has a very flat lift/drag curve over a wide range of speeds and a max of about 15:1 at 200kt, whereas the 172 maxes at around 8:1 at 65 kt and mimics a piano if you get it a few knots wrong.