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    Relief Pilot Hangar Mechanic with too Much Free Time quebecair-flyer's Avatar
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    My Canadian North Boeing 737'Combi' 1/72

    Hi this my Boeing 737-200Qc in 1/72( Monogram) in Canadian North... all scratchbuilt,interior,engines and fuselage.. all the colors are paint except the Canadian North word and the polar bear on the tail.. tank verry much to Ben and Peter for the decals verry apreciate and the blue pale and drak are hand paint include the yellow stripping.. too over 5 month to built.... next prject are the NASA 737 in 1/72 also...
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    Quote Originally Posted by quebecair-flyer View Post
    Hi this my Boeing 737-200Qc in 1/72( Monogram) in Canadian North... all scratchbuilt,interior,engines and fuselage.. all the colors are paint except the Canadian North word and the polar bear on the tail.. tank verry much to Ben and Peter for the decals verry apreciate and the blue pale and drak are hand paint include the yellow stripping.. too over 5 month to built.... next prject are the NASA 737 in 1/72 also...
    this is the resutl
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    Quote Originally Posted by quebecair-flyer View Post
    this is the resutl
    Another is almost finish my Jetstream 31 (Airfix) in 1/72 in Canadian Partner cls
    is whit my Fairchild Metroliner in Inter-Canadian 1/72
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    Quote Originally Posted by quebecair-flyer View Post
    this is the resutl
    WOW Mario. Formidable ! Glad we could be of help.

    I really like the gravel runway kit. Maybe I'll try that in 1/400 !
    Peter

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    Quote Originally Posted by 701 View Post
    WOW Mario. Formidable ! Glad we could be of help.

    I really like the gravel runway kit. Maybe I'll try that in 1/400 !
    Tanks Peter! that gona be nice to see the gravel plate-deflrctor on 400 scale! ) tanks verry much for the decals again! )
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    These are great, you are doing very well

    I like the door details as well as the ski pad, very good
    Philippe

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    Lovely result
    Which kit did you use for the 737?
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    WOW!! That is amazing!! The model has fantastic detail, and i love what you did with the actual door. Well done.
    Push for Props: Alitalia DC-3, DC-4, DC-6, DC-7, Viscount, Convair 340/440 Metropolitan & Curtis C-46...
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    Quote Originally Posted by QF747SP View Post
    Lovely result
    Which kit did you use for the 737?
    Boeing 737 from Monogram.. i cut the passenger windows and the extras...
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    Absolutely Fantastic!
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    Amazing details mate... good work!
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    Stunning work! What kit is the Metroliner? And the Air Canada DC9 in the background?

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    Quote Originally Posted by swan727 View Post
    Stunning work! What kit is the Metroliner? And the Air Canada DC9 in the background?
    The Metroliner is the RVHP kit from Zchech Replublic verry nice model and easy fit for a resin model, originaly was a Metro 4, i convert into a metro 2 check on this page somewhere and you see the model better... the Air Canada DC-9 is the Doyusha DC-9 40 convert into a -32 in 1/100 scale next projet: my B737-100 NASA is almost finish and i start the Space Shuttle 'Antlantis' in 1/72 the reason hy i do this one because i was there for the last departure for the Space Shuttle at Kennedy Space Center.. i see the first one in 1981 and the last one..... more picture are comming tanks you and back anytime
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    Stunning work on this model. The custom work is very well done.

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