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1:72 Scale 707 to 737-700 Conversion
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From the gallery "1:72 Scale 707 to 737-700 Conversion", author is DeaconBlues.
09-08-2009

From the gallery "1:72 Scale 707 to 737-700 Conversion", author is DeaconBlues.
09-08-2009

From the gallery "1:72 Scale 707 to 737-700 Conversion", author is DeaconBlues.
09-08-2009

From the gallery "1:72 Scale 707 to 737-700 Conversion", author is DeaconBlues.
09-08-2009

From the gallery "1:72 Scale 707 to 737-700 Conversion", author is DeaconBlues.
09-08-2009

From the gallery "1:72 Scale 707 to 737-700 Conversion", author is DeaconBlues.
09-08-2009

From the gallery "1:72 Scale 707 to 737-700 Conversion", author is DeaconBlues.
09-08-2009
The wings are pieced together out of the 707 wings in the proper places - then, reassembled much like a jigsaw puzzle.
From the gallery "1:72 Scale 707 to 737-700 Conversion", author is DeaconBlues.
11-03-2008
The wheel wells are created and boxed in using scrap styrene for detail. The black PC-7 is clearly defining the wing roots. Also, it is used to create the rear portion of the under belly back to the tail.
From the gallery "1:72 Scale 707 to 737-700 Conversion", author is DeaconBlues.
11-03-2008
My starting point: to remove the proper sections. Also, to slit horizontally and reduce the height to 737-700 size.
From the gallery "1:72 Scale 707 to 737-700 Conversion", author is DeaconBlues.
11-03-2008
The fuselage assembled and test fitting the tail fin.
From the gallery "1:72 Scale 707 to 737-700 Conversion", author is DeaconBlues.
11-03-2008
Wing roots were fashioned out of black PC-7 plumber's paste. Maybe sculpted is a better description than fashioned!
From the gallery "1:72 Scale 707 to 737-700 Conversion", author is DeaconBlues.
11-03-2008
The wings, tail planes and tail fin are attached. The entire plane is airbrushed with Alclad grey primer.
From the gallery "1:72 Scale 707 to 737-700 Conversion", author is DeaconBlues.
11-03-2008
Rescribing panels lines was done prior to priming.
From the gallery "1:72 Scale 707 to 737-700 Conversion", author is DeaconBlues.
11-03-2008

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