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      Anthony in NZ


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      Post #3730, posted on 02-13-2005 GMT-5 hours    
      I have recently been bidding on some travel agency airline display models of Air New Zealand subjects. I believe these fi-glass? models are pretty hard to come by as they have been going for silly money. Any ideas where they can be purchased from direct. These arent the Herpa ones etc, the one I am bidding on at the moment is an Air NZ 737 300 approx 1/100 scale and it is just stunning.
      Any feedback??

      Thanks for looking

      Anthony

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      Post #3735, posted on 02-14-2005 GMT-5 hours    
      It could be Atlantic Models. Their stuff is superb.

      Regards,

      ahmed

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      Post #3765, posted on 02-15-2005 GMT-5 hours    
      Wow thanks Ahmed, thats a great site.

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      Post #4786, posted on 04-07-2005 GMT-5 hours    
      Hi Anthony! Do you know where I could find some help in restoring large cutaway type 1/24 scale airliner type travel agent models? Cheers! John.

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      Post #4823, posted on 04-09-2005 GMT-5 hours    
      Hiya John

      Sorry my friend I cant help but if I had one I would love to have a go. Best of luck.

      PS I think you should keep an eye on what they painted them with so you dont get any reactions, but thats not a biggie.

      Cheers and sorry I cant be of any more help.

      Anthony

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      Post #6487, posted on 08-16-2005 GMT-5 hours    
      I am looking into trying to do some larger scale aircraft, hopefully one of the first ones i am going to do will be a large scale '47 or '37.

      The anti-skid light flickers on landing....

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      Post #6492, posted on 08-17-2005 GMT-5 hours    
      Sounds like a great idea, keep us posted please.

      Cheers

      Anthony

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      Post #6494, posted on 08-17-2005 GMT-5 hours    
      What would you think about a 1/50 707?

      The anti-skid light flickers on landing....

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      Post #9176, posted on 02-07-2006 GMT-5 hours    
      This site mite be able to help regarding your travel agent model requirements. www.customairmodels.com. In photo is a recently built resin Trident 3 in BEA livery. www.customairmodels.com.