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Old 09-01-2012, 04:13 PM   #1
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Default Hogan Wings Repaint: Canadian North 737-300 with Winglets

Been working on this one for A LONG time. It was originally in the ANZ livery as I recall, but then I stripped her down, retrofitted some winglets from an old 737-700, and repainted her. Decals were mostly homemade, but I had to use parts from JBOT's 737-200 set for the wave, the tail logo, and the rear doors. What a job, anyways here's the pics.





Some ramp shots with the rest of my Canadian North fleet.


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Old 09-01-2012, 04:22 PM   #2
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Really nice work. Love the ramp scene.
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Looks great! What did you use to strip her down? Thanks!
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Glad you like it! I always use a chemical called "scalecoat II washaway". Great for stripping plastic models without hurting the plastic and even removing tampo printing without damaging underlying paint.
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Old 09-05-2012, 08:53 AM   #5
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Sensational work there mate!! Love the winglets!!!
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very nice model... really like you diorama also
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Hey Ben:

Can you tell us how you removed the winglets?
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Fantastic work Ben!
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Default Re: Hogan Wings Repaint: Canadian North 737-300 with Winglets

Thanks guys! Well the winglets were taken from an old 737-700 of mine. Basically, once the wings and everything were all stripped down a got a sharp knife and cut off each winglet from my 737-700, then i cut off the wing tips on the 737-300's original wings. Then I switched them and super glued them in place and puttied/sanded the joints until they were nice and smooth. After that it was just prime, paint, decal and clear coat.
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I can vouch for the ScaleCoat II Wash Away. That stuff works awesome...
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Default Re: Hogan Wings Repaint: Canadian North 737-300 with Winglets

Fantastic! I love Canadian North's livery. I have the JC Wings 1/200 Canadian North Dash-8, but it's really only "partial" Canadian North livery since it was a leased aircraft. I wish someone would put out a proper Canadian North 737 release in 1/200.
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Thanks Zendocon, I totally agree! Modified my own version some time back.


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