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Johnv

727-100 American Airlines Astrojet

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Now that my Revell ERJ195 t0 190 build is in full swing I can

bounce back and forth to my Revell 1/144 727-100 build.

I am going to do it wheels up and use the nifty nostalgia

stand I just detailed up. Where can I find aftermarket decals

for it's original scheme, the overall NMF with the the lightning

bolt under the windows? Always liked that scheme and in

707 also!---John

35838030891_64ecb33e28_z.jpgOLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA by jvandeu53, on Flickr

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Thanks Ray. Is there any sites that show what areas of the 727-100 are painted Boeing gray

and are not NMF? I want to spray this before I order decals and I know the tail, lower fuselage

and nose were gray but don't have a good schematic or picture showing exactly where to mask.

Thanks---John

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On 20.7.2017 at 20:44, Johnv said:

Thanks Ray. Is there any sites that show what areas of the 727-100 are painted Boeing gray

and are not NMF? I want to spray this before I order decals and I know the tail, lower fuselage

and nose were gray but don't have a good schematic or picture showing exactly where to mask.

Thanks---John

Maybe this helps ?

 

AA-727.jpg

 

 

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Thanks Alex, but my main concern is the landing gear  area and the lower "wing box".  I don't

see too many pictures showing the lower part of the fuselage and wings.---John

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