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Viking

Correcting the Revell 737-800

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Crikey John ! The 737-200 is looking brilliant (even though the apparent skills have crushed my spirits ! :winkgrin: )

Can I ask where the crew members came from ?

(and if you say you sculpted them from scrap resin, I'll be off to the apple tree...... :hanging: )

mike

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Can I ask where the crew members came from ?

I sculpted them from scrap res........

No not really :clown:

They are N Gauge figures from my local model shops' railway section.

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I primed the lower ones, and put them back in the pack after painting and taking the ones I wanted. They don't come like that!

2 of the sitting passengers have become airline pilots, and a 'lady with suitcase' had it surgically removed and became cabin crew.

If you recognise she is painted in a 1980's Air Europe uniform, you may need to remove your tinfoil hat but you'll know what livery I am planning on.

The thing about these figures is that they are very easy to modify. Some of those platform staff will become baggage handlers soon.

Cheers

John

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Thanks John. May have to look into getting one of those for a project in mind.

and a 'lady with suitcase' had it surgically removed and became cabin crew.

...and seeing you're now a qualified plastic surgeon, any possibility you can surgically remove my wife's credit card from her hand ? :pilot:

mike

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Great post (and model), Viking! I wonder if the moderators can set up a pinned post like this 737-800 one, but for the 737-200, so the info will be easier to find?

Cheers!

Ben

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^ good idea but then that could ope nn the door for a pinned thread about every airliner....Roden 720 anyone??

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^ good idea but then that could ope nn the door for a pinned thread about every airliner....Roden 720 anyone??

Yes please!!!

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^ good idea but then that could ope nn the door for a pinned thread about every airliner....Roden 720 anyone??

True. One could end up with an entire forum of nothing but threads for tweaking specific model kits!

Ben

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Amazing and impressive work! A friend of mine got an old Airfix 737-200 and this is good advise concerning building that kit.

 

Cheers / André

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