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Gimme Shelter

British Airways 787-8 Dreamliner (Revell 1/144)

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Poor lighting and a limited choice of background colour has left this build looking like a flight on a gloomy overcast rainy day.

 

This is the Revell -8 kit with 26 Decals. Nothing amazing but great fun to build with Zvezda's superb part fitting. No 3rd party resin / correction parts used.

 

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The World's Favourite Airline

 

Thanks for dropping in for a look around

John

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Lovely build and very attractive in BA colours.

 

:thumbsup2::thumbsup2:

 

I really need to build one of these (or perhaps two of them....)

 

mike

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So that's what they're meant to look like!!! Beautiful dreamy, stunning finish, great work :)

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Hi John,

Another beautiful finish on this one! I've got one of these in the stash too and I'm considering this livery.

 

I wonder why there are a couple of plugged windows in the front cabin?

 

Keep up the good work!

Cheers,

Ian

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Superb.  Beautiful paint finish. 

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10 hours ago, Turbofan said:

Hi John,

Another beautiful finish on this one! I've got one of these in the stash too and I'm considering this livery.

 

I wonder why there are a couple of plugged windows in the front cabin?

 

Keep up the good work!

Cheers,

Ian

Thanks for the words there Ian - the window plugs were part of the F-DECAL set - they were optional first class window / seat spacers that can be used if required - I decided to give this one the look of the first class BA 747 window configuration for fun - well spotted by the way - I was wondering how soon the question would be asked. - John

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