Haha thanks, I hope it turns out as well as the last one.
Cabin windows deleted today. There are a few air bubbles but I'll let the paint fill those in. I dont want to use any filler on the outside as I dont want to sand away any of the raised detail that I want to keep.
I have finished the light grey on the belly and im quite happy with it. I wasnt happy with the upper fuselage so added another coat of white.
Im really struggling to work out the correct colours for the wings. The last 737 I made I did them all silver but I want to be more accurate with this one. The instructions are useless. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Some photos I have show silver/crome leading edge and a darker color in the centre of the wing. Im not sure if the flaps are silver or light grey.
Ok so ive done chrome silver gor the leading edge, and will try titanium silver the wing centre x32. If anyone knows the correct colour please let me know. Im just eye balling it. The instructions dont say.
I agree Grant, a 1/72 or bigger would look fantastic. I loved flying on the 737 200, wish I had obtained the registration of one I flew on (as a passenger), I would have liked to have used it on this kit.
Thanks viperbuilder, yes I have an NAC F27 to build in the first NAC livery. Its 1/132 Lincoln kit with a the shorter nose. I also have a Dash 8 and 3 F27s in 1/72 scale in my stash. Id like to build a 747 400 in Air New Zealand too.
I have a Mount Cook F27 also. The F27 is a favorite of mine.
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