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Old 06-29-2013, 06:25 PM
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Skyline DC-9-32 TWA

Hey Everyone. Just kicked out a new kit, a DC-9-32 in TWA Colors. Here's a few photos...





















It's available here...
Douglas DC-9-32 TWA (1/72 Scale) | Skyline Paper Models


I've still got the Canberra B(I)8 and a Kaman Seasprite one the way. So stay tuned. Thanks for looking everyone!
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Old 06-29-2013, 06:33 PM
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VERY COOL......just got my first Skyline model the 1/32 Mitsubishi A5M4 and it's a great one, if they are all that good I'll be back for more. Looking forward to your 1/72 airliners I love the TWA group..........Rich
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I think this is my second favorite DC-9 livery, after Eastern.

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Hi Sumato!
Your paper planes are superb!!!
If you have a model of DC-9, can you turn it into MD-80? The Fiddlers Green electronic shop also proposes DC-9 paper model, and they convert DC-9 into MD-80 simply by adding one section that makes fuselage longer, but I think this method is too primitive. So can we build the detailed model of MD-80 offered by SKYLINEPAPERMODELS?

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Old 06-30-2013, 01:34 AM
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Hi Sumato!
Your paper planes are superb!!!
If you have a model of DC-9, can you turn it into MD-80? The Fiddlers Green electronic shop also proposes DC-9 paper model, and they convert DC-9 into MD-80 simply by adding one section that makes fuselage longer, but I think this method is too primitive. So can we build the detailed model of MD-80 offered by SKYLINEPAPERMODELS?

Sergey.
Hey there! I'm sure I will do an MD-80 at some point; there are a LOT of differences between the DC-9 and MD-80. At least, there are enough I need to see that would convince me I'm looking at one. For instance, the main wing fairings are larger, the engines are larger, the fuselage is longer, and has a different tail, the tail (rudder & elevator) have different planforms, the wing is larger and has a two-segment planform, the addition of engine and fuselage strakes, and many more changes. I agree, there's a lot of differences, but I could convert this kit, and probably do so in the future. I've got a number of projects ( civil & military ) I owe you guys first, so be patient, and I know you'll get one!
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Great job Sumato!
Your DC-9 TWA looks fantastic, especially together with the other TWA's:-)
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Sumato, what brand of paper are you using for the wings?, they look very good....Rich
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hello could you send me this template

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hello could you send me this template
Skyline models are models available for purchase.
They will be available on ecardmodels.com in the future.

Please don't ask for models in this manner in the future.

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will be good to see them back on ecards
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