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my personal Luftwaffe

Discussion in 'World War 2 Hobbies' started by aquist, Aug 18, 2004.

  1. aquist

    aquist recruit

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    being lazy and not having a place to work I have opted for already built and painted models, the last visit to the Central Avenue Wal-Mart yielded a FW 190 in 1/18th scale now I have a me109 a Ju87b and the Focke Wulf i need a source for tail fin Swastikas about 1/2 inch. can anyone help me the Stuka has just crosses.
     
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    My, 1:18 models must be huge. Could you perhaps show us any pictures?
     
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    Many companies exist that produce & sell decal sheets - try www.hannants.co.uk for examples.
    I don't know if anyone does them for 1/18 scale - you may have to paint it...
     
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    Roel the 1/18 scale is the same as my Ju 87b Stuka that I posted pictures of.

    KP, WalMarts east of the Mississippi still don't have any of the FW-190s, so I'm jealous. I did pick up a discounted P-38 on the internet, though, just recently. Talk about a hunk of aircraft!
     
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    Oh yes, I remember that. Huge models... :D I still prefer the glueing part. :grin:
     

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