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Old 04-03-2020, 04:29 PM
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Wak.pl ships to US and Canada according to their website.It's slower,"economy" shipping so I guess it's actual ship transported,not air mail.

Can Wak confirm?
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no air freight comming out of poland at present according to my info. overland ie europe and shipping ie US,CANADA AUSTRALIA and others is ok but obviously this i slower;
cross reference to JSC post for list of countries that Poland can send to at this time
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I don't think its possible.
Nobi's original design never had interior in mind.
And the modifications I have made to that design, make it even less likely to receive an interior.
The internal formers and fuselage assembly are not configured for that kind of modding.
You could probably introduce a cockpit interior, but thats all (in my opinion).
Dave, that's a good point.

What I was considering doing was grabbing the Fly C-130 and the laser cut frames (if they're available) and attempting to do the interior based off the Fly frames/interior. Would be about a 50/50 kit bash, effectively wrapping your exterior around Fly frames. I think it's doable, might need some tweaking, especially seeing how yours will need to be blown up by ~145%
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Upscaling a Herc to 1/33? You sir, must have a very big house.
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Dave, that's a good point.

What I was considering doing was grabbing the Fly C-130 and the laser cut frames (if they're available) and attempting to do the interior based off the Fly frames/interior. Would be about a 50/50 kit bash, effectively wrapping your exterior around Fly frames. I think it's doable, might need some tweaking, especially seeing how yours will need to be blown up by ~145%
if i recall the flymodel one has interiors or at least some
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if i recall the flymodel one has interiors or at least some
It does, at least a rudimentary cockpit and cargo area. Scratch built parts would need to include the ~3 large consoles for target tracking/identification, in addition to extending Dave's armament into the fuselage. Doable, but not a clue how many issues I might run into.
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Upscaling a Herc to 1/33? You sir, must have a very big house.
I usually end up thinking about these things once I'm well into the building process haha. I can always justify it saying that I'll find a spot to display such a beast when I build one!
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It does, at least a rudimentary cockpit and cargo area. Scratch built parts would need to include the ~3 large consoles for target tracking/identification, in addition to extending Dave's armament into the fuselage. Doable, but not a clue how many issues I might run into.
my fantasy model would be a c130 done in the style of alan rose dc3
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It does, at least a rudimentary cockpit and cargo area. Scratch built parts would need to include the ~3 large consoles for target tracking/identification, in addition to extending Dave's armament into the fuselage. Doable, but not a clue how many issues I might run into.
yes, i would be happy with cargo area and open ramp.was a loadmaster so would be my office
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