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Old 05-13-2021, 02:29 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Old 05-13-2021, 03:10 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Have some of these! Thanks for sharing and nice collection! Love 1:200! I like how the Forbes "Capitalist Tool" is displayed on stand in between the parked Trump birds...so Appropriate!

...Capitalist Tool, that's him alright,,,bwah ha ha!
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I like the straight tail paddles on the NASA 747.. I need to snap mine off and reattach correctly..
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Love the Stratoliner and the Stratocruisers.
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That Boeing 247 LUFTHANSA was the cheapest model I ever got…

Just 1 EUR at our local bookstore (and they had so many of them).

Even here it is still a bargain:

https://shop.miniatur-wunderland.de/...247-1-200.html
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great stuffs! i have the SCA, 727 friend ship and 377 also.
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I like the straight tail paddles on the NASA 747.. I need to snap mine off and reattach correctly..
Mine is still a work in progress. I am still looking for the perfect sand stick/paper that I can really smooth out the epoxy to attach the paddles. Then hopefully get the right or the nearest color to repaint the area.
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That Boeing 247 LUFTHANSA was the cheapest model I ever got…

Just 1 EUR at our local bookstore (and they had so many of them).

Even here it is still a bargain:

https://shop.miniatur-wunderland.de/...247-1-200.html
Yes, I think this is also the cheapest in my collection. I bought mine at a newspaper/sundry kiosk at the Mannheim train station on my way to Speyer.
I also got my FW Condor in the same store. I was so beside myself with awe and excitement to see these models sold at a kiosk that I think the guy at the cashier was thinking, "These crazy Americans".
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Loving the 727s and the Southwest special schemes.
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