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Next classic airliner on the bench is the graceful DC-7 from Roden, with beautiful box art! The plane looks quite nice too. The sprues. Lots of propellor blades, including some square-tipped ones I won't need. Nice smart decals, and good to see the cheatline means I won't need to get a perfectly straight demarcation. The model depicts an airliner from just before the intercontinental jet age ... Where else to start but the cockpit? I made a couple of basic crew seats from cut up sp
Hi, I stumbled upon the JAL Disney Dream Express images and started wondering if anybody does decals for these liveries. I guess it won't be easy nor cheap given the fact Disney is involved but I thought I'll ask. Brasil Decals apparently did a sheet (BD144-04) but it doesn't seem to be available on their site (anymore). Thanks! Cristian
While looking through my stash for something,I found the Hasegawa Boeing 747 kit that I started some time ago but never finished...I had somehow forgotten about this project and also another Hasegawa Boeing 747-400 that had been partially started and then ended up on the shelf of doom So,my actual builds were set aside and I decided to finish this kit first as well as the 747-400. As I said in my previous thread on the Hasegawa Boeing 767,the Hasegawa LL200 airliner series was a fantastic collection to get. Beautiful schemes,nice kits that build up in no time and a