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Hi all

 

I am gathering resources for a 1/72 RAF Boeing Washington decals and have seen some decals by AIR-CRAFT Models but can't seem to find or contact them.  Does anyone know of these decals or another RAF Boeing Washington decal supplier?

 

Any advice would be greatly appreciated.

 

Thanks for looking

 

Cheers

Shaun

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https://www.scalemates.com/kits/kits-at-war-k7-1-bomber-command-part-1--1136026

 

The full list of B-29 items is here https://www.scalemates.com/search.php?q="boeing+b-29+superfortress"++1%3A72

 

I think the Air Craft set is OOP.

 

I do have a set I'm looking to sell but as part of a complete package of kit, AM & decals when I next get my hands on the stash and I think posting a kit that size from the UK would not make sense.

 

If you - or anyone else - is interested then keep an eye out for my "For Sale" post which is likely to appear in January (depending on how fast the house move completes).

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Hi Ross

Thanks very much for your advice.  I'll keep a look out for your dale post.

 

Cheers

Shaun

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1 hour ago, rodenlee said:

Hi Ross

Thanks very much for your advice.  I'll keep a look out for your dale post.

 

Cheers

Shaun

Shaun, PM me your address.  I can let you have the B-29 parts of that Kits At War decal sheet.

 

David

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12 hours ago, David Womby said:

Shaun, PM me your address.  I can let you have the B-29 parts of that Kits At War decal sheet.

 

David

Thank you very much David!
I have sent you a PM

Cheers

Shaun

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The Washington, sadly another type the RAF historians seem to forget.

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12 hours ago, rodenlee said:

So true Julien...along with the Neptune

Yes sadly true along with the Sabre post war, and quite a few US Tyes during WWII, Liberators, Mitchells etc. 

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If we're going to hijack this thread....................

 

.....................then what about the Javelin!

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