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      Post #78132, posted on 05-04-2021 GMT-5 hours    
      Hi folks,

      where can I get winglets for the Revell or Zvezda 767 (in 1/144)? I thought Braz has them available, but do not find them in Ivo's shop.

      Greetings Daniel

      Have fun! Life is short enough.

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      Post #78133, posted on 05-04-2021 GMT-5 hours    
      I bought a set of PW engines for the 767 with winglets from Kurt. I am not sure if he still has them.

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      Post #78134, posted on 05-04-2021 GMT-5 hours    
      contrail models has them winglet

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      Post #78135, posted on 05-04-2021 GMT-5 hours    
      Richard Warcup in the UK makes them although they are in metal which might not be to everyone's taste.

      He's on Facebook under RichWs Model Airliner Decals.

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      Post #78149, posted on 05-05-2021 GMT-5 hours    
      Hi Daniel

      i make my own 767 winglets from thin steel sheet i can make you a set up , it will be a week or so before i can make them as i am on holiday from work until a week on friday which is where i make them in my lunch hour

      Richard

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      Post #78213, posted on 05-12-2021 GMT-5 hours    
      Hi everybody,

      I was ill for a few days. So I am sorry for not reacting before.
      Thank you for all your ideas. I will check with Ivo from Braz and Kurt from AA in a first step, I think.
      Maybe I am lucky and they can still sell me some resin stuff (new production run?), which I prefer over other materials.
      Richard, anyhow thank you for your offer. Please don't be offended. If I am not lucky with my other options I will come back to you as step two.

      Stay health!

      Greetings Daniel

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      Post #78222, posted on 05-13-2021 GMT-5 hours    
      Hi Guys,

      I have the Contrails Boeing 767 winglets in stock.... both 1/144 and 1/200 scales.

      1/1444: CM44-767-BW https://www.airline-hobby-estore.com/product-p/cm44-767-bw.htm

      1/200: CM20-767-BW https://www.airline-hobby-estore.com/product-p/cm20-767-bw.htm

      Thanks!

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      Post #78229, posted on 05-14-2021 GMT-5 hours    
      Hello Daniel and all others folks,

      I'll be "re-issuing" the B767-400 conversion kit.This time it will be designed to fit the much better Zvezda B767-300 kit.

      With the occasion, I'll "update" to my new engine stile design standards the now 27 years old B767 GE and PW engines, which where designed to fit the Revell kit. New engines will fit the Zvezda kit.

      Will do also additional B767 bits including the winglets. If everything goes as planned, these winglets might be released in injected plastic.

      Anyhow, all this won't happen before the end of the year.

      Cheers,
      Ivo