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waltmertins

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  1. I order my kits directly from the site. They take PAYPAL so it makes it easy for me to purchase the kits I like. I just recently order the On Mark Marksman conversion as well as the Conroy Tri-Turbo Polair DC-3 conversions. I believe I got my kits in two weeks to the USA. Walter
  2. Thanks very much for the great links fellows. Classic Plane has the conversion http://www.classic-plane-mrr.de/listen/classicplane.html CPi18 Junkers F-24 (single engined G-24 Airliner) 17,98 euros Walter
  3. The one I have in the stash is just like this one; http://www.oldmodelkits.com/index.php?detail=7845&page=62 When I get home I will compare the plastic to the Revell kit Walter
  4. Very nicely done G-24 JW! I had no idea Reifra did the G-24 and the G-23. I have a 1/72 KVZ Junkers G-23 / G-24 - Swiss or Swedish Airlines in the stash somewhere. Is that the same as the VEB kit? Love those F.13's as well. Walter
  5. Outstanding customer service, great product! You can not go wrong with Vintage Decals. Walter
  6. 1/48 Scale will be super nice!
  7. I really like the wing spar design! Walter
  8. Darren welcome to the club! I also plan to build "ALL" my models, I just need another lifetime to do so. And why do I keep buying kits? Cause I can! PAS models are indeed very nice, I do not have the AN-32 "yet" but I love the PAS TU-114. On my last visit to Moscow, Andrey personally deliver several modes to my hotel. Talk about great customer care!!! Walter
  9. Nigel, The Heller/Airfix 1/72 Concorde is one of the hardest (injection) models I have done. I almost flew it into the wall more than once. Now when I walk into my model room and look at her sexy lines I am so glad I finished that monster. Do buy one half ton of putty, you will need it! Good luck and don't give up! Walter http://www.airlinercafe.com/forums.php?m=posts&p=29773#29773
  10. There most be a communications issue going on here cause NAZCA decals, Gaston, is very reliable and very honest man. He does have a job, airline captain, that keeps him very very busy. Continue communicating with him and I am sure you will have the issue resolved. I have been buying decals from Gaston for over 10 years with no issues at all. As a matter of fact, I just received the 777-300 AA decals I ordered from him 15 days ago. Walter
  11. Mika, why would Constanza create newly built masters that are identical to Gremlin models? Just wondering?
  12. In 2005 I was in contact with Aleksa from Gremlin models. I bought his entire line of GA kits. I really like them. I think Constanza models got the masters. You can find the 335 and some other models in the Aviation Megastore site.
  13. Julien, Liberty Quality Models has an excellent line of commuter 1/72 scale models. Highly recommended and secure source! http://www.libertyquality.com.br/
  14. I am now battling to finish the Heller 1/72 Concorde. It is such a shame that the kit is by far one of the worst 1/72 kits I have ever build. No respect for Concorde!!! I am going to finish mine "travel agency" style. I am not worry about detail, just paint, decal and done. The fit of ALL parts is horrible. I probably have used already two tubes of Tamiya putty. I will be matting the engine nacelles to the wing in the next few days, I will let you know how mine works out. Any one seen the 1/48 Concorde?
  15. Gremlin Models made the Cheyenne I II III and IV. He sold his masters a few years ago. Very nice fellow he is. I believe Constanza kits has the masters since they are already doing the Twin Cessna line. http://www.ipmsdeutschland.de/FirstLook/Constanza_Kit/Cessna_335_340/Constanza_Cessna_335_340.html