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      Post #72229, posted on 04-22-2019 GMT-5 hours    
      Just got the delivery from Cartograf, and as usual, the printing is perfect! I'm putting them in the mail to Jonathan today, and we'll get them up for sale on the web site in the next few days.

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      Post #72230, posted on 04-22-2019 GMT-5 hours    
      Outstanding J!

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      Post #72358, posted on 05-07-2019 GMT-5 hours    
      Our new Il-76 decals are now up on the web site and available for ordering!

      www.fundekals.com

      http://fundekals.com/LU_Aeroflot76.html

      http://fundekals.com/LU_AirKoryo76.html

      http://fundekals.com/LU_Cubana76.html

      http://fundekals.com/LU_Iraqi76.html

      http://fundekals.com/LU_PLAAF76.html

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      Post #72410, posted on 05-13-2019 GMT-5 hours    
      Dear Jennings,

      Just received the CU Il-76 decals, and wow !! the quality is amazing.
      Going back for more.

      Thanks again.

      All the best,
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      Post #72437, posted on 05-15-2019 GMT-5 hours    
      Just wondering,

      Love the ocean blue green belly on the China United Airlines
      Any thoughts on a colour match or how to make it from gunze, xtracolor, tamiya or Mr. Color paints?

      Was this thing actually used as an Airliner? It's a beauty. Great decals Liveries Unlimited!

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      Post #72469, posted on 05-18-2019 GMT-5 hours    
      Geez at the local hobby-shop today. 50 ft of every paint imaginable. Over 3000 paints..
      Wheels and wings in Toronto.

      Couldn't find a match. Maybe were looking at a custom mix.

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      Post #72535, posted on 05-29-2019 GMT-5 hours    
      I’d start with WWII German RLM65 (mentioned in the instructions) and mix from there.

      Were they used as “airliners” - no, but neither were any other Il-76s. They’re cargo aircraft, and the China United Airlines scheme looks like an airliner

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      Post #73242, posted on 08-30-2019 GMT-5 hours    
      There is something "strange" on the Fundekals web site. Or is it only me who gets information about Boeing 737 when opening IL-28ZA decals site

      http://www.fundekals.com/LU_IL_28ZA_Beagle.html

      Just don't take this too seriously, I think everybody can handle this and sleep upcoming nights well. This only hit me in the eye when visiting the site

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      Post #73296, posted on 09-13-2019 GMT-5 hours    
      Not sure what you mean Kusti?? All of the links on our web site work correctly for me.

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      Post #73297, posted on 09-13-2019 GMT-5 hours    
      Hi Jennings, did you open the link in my message?
      I took a print screen from what my MacBook Air shows but I don't know how to attach it here. I try to solve the attach problem tomorrow as it is rather late now here in Finland.
      But shortly when you open the IL-28 link the text is about Boeing 737 family. The same text seems to be on your Boeing 737 decals site.
      I copy pasted the text for starters (the IL-28 pictures are ok). See below:

      "Ilyushin ll-28ZA "Beagle"
      The third generation of Boeing’s amazing 737 family was launched in the early 1990s as the 737 Next Generation, or 737NG. Virtually a complete redesign, the NG family introduced a completely new, larger wing, a much larger vertical fin, and many significant design improvements over the original 737-100/200 and the “Classic” 737-300/400/500 family of the 1980s.

      Far and away the most successful variants of the 737 family, the NG has been in service since early 1998. Developed into four basic types - the 737-600, -700, -800, and -900, each except the -600 has been further developed into several subtypes. The last passenger NG was delivered in mid-2019, although production continues in the form of the P-8A Poseidon anti-submarine patrol aircraft for the US Navy and several foreign air arms. The 737-800 is the most produced variant, with 4,991 aircraft ordered.

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      Post #73301, posted on 09-13-2019 GMT-5 hours    
      The link works fine, but the text on the page is indeed for the 737NG family...

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      Post #73302, posted on 09-13-2019 GMT-5 hours    
      Ah, I’m with you now. We’ll get that fixed.

      Thanks for the heads up!

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      Post #73306, posted on 09-14-2019 GMT-5 hours    
      You're welcome. And great now I don't have to try learn to attach a print screen here

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