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The old Airfix kit finished in the markings of Honduran airline 'SAHSA", which had such a poor safety record that someone dubbed the airline's name an acronym for 'Stay At Home, Stay Alive'. All of the kit's windows were filled and replaced with decals, the model was re-scribed, u/c doors replaced and Bra.Z resin engines substituted for the skinny kit ones. The swooshy scheme was masked and painted, decals were ALPS-printed.

 

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Nice and clean build. I sure like the old Airfix B737 kit, I've got a few in the stash and a few more sets of the Braz engines as well.

You did a fine job on that !!!!!!

Cheers, Tony

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Ooh LIKE THE SWOOSHYNESS OF IT .... :yahoo::yahoo:

Your painting is EXCELLENT..

BEAUTIFUL Model and looks like a lovely Airliner albeit it might not have been safe to travel on it.....

WEL DONE :yikes::thumbsup:

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Impressive build, well done airliners are always a pleasure to look at !

Well done :-)

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Wow, gorgeous scheme, stunning model making, I think this is the nicest job I've seen done to the old Airfix 732 yet.

Cheers

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Wow, gorgeous scheme, stunning model making, I think this is the nicest job I've seen done to the old Airfix 732 yet.

Cheers

I agree wholeheartedly with Neil's comments. Surely one of the best I've seen.

Chris.

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My favourite kit overall - in large part due to the almost unlimited number of liveries out there.

That is some seriously awesome masking and painting ( photography none too shabby either ) and the panel line details are just about perfect.

In case I haven't made myself clear, I like this one a lot!

Cheers,

Mike

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Thanks a lot for the kind words :)

an outstanding built! Could I have seen it in a magazine recently?

Cheers singer-d: the build article was in AMW last month.

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A thing of beauty, a superb build in a colour scheme I've not seen modelled before. :popcorn:

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A very clean work ! Stunning

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Mike, that Is a fantastic result :thumbsup:

Your scribing looks really well refined. What you you use to get that effect?

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stunning masking job indeed!! the more i see lovely airliners like this the more i have to slap myself and say NO!

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Wonderful build and a great livery.A real beauty that 737.

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Great model, I need to check my books but I am sure that HR-SHO was into Belize regularly during my times there.

Quality that you Picked up on the acronym SAHSA - Stay at Home Stay Alive, would also love to see a kit of the other main 737 uder in Belize,

TACA - Take A Chance Airlines.

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