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      Post #66958, posted on 04-18-2017 GMT-5 hours    
      Hi group,

      Does anybody make an A-330 in 1/200 scale? I don't have the space for the Revell 1/144 kit.
      Not looking for a display model type.
      Thanks!
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      Post #66961, posted on 04-18-2017 GMT-5 hours    
      Not that I'm aware. You going to the IPMS spring show this saturday?

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      Post #66963, posted on 04-18-2017 GMT-5 hours    
      I'm working on some decals for DRAW and didn't want to buy the 1/144 kit and not to build it. But who knows, if it's the only game in town.

      I had planned on the Spring Show, but I have an important photo shoot on Orcas Island.
      I finished up my 1/200 Etihad 777-300 and a 1/72 F-86 Sabre, so, next year for sure.

      I haven't been on here for years, so sorry I don't remember who LH707 is.

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      Post #66965, posted on 04-18-2017 GMT-5 hours    
      I am almost certain Bra.Z Models used to do a few 1:200 scale airliners, the A330 among them.

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      Post #66966, posted on 04-18-2017 GMT-5 hours    
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      ... so sorry I don't remember who LH707 is.

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      Post #66968, posted on 04-18-2017 GMT-5 hours    
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      I'm working on some decals for DRAW and didn't want to buy the 1/144 kit and not to build it. But who knows, if it's the only game in town.

      I had planned on the Spring Show, but I have an important photo shoot on Orcas Island.
      I finished up my 1/200 Etihad 777-300 and a 1/72 F-86 Sabre, so, next year for sure.

      I haven't been on here for years, so sorry I don't remember who LH707 is.

      Tim


      Ah bummer you'll miss it, a couple of us are planning on going. I'm Merlin, I've been to the last three spring shows with some variant of 707, I may have run into you there.

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      Post #66978, posted on 04-20-2017 GMT-5 hours    
      I'm sure we have talked at the show.

      OK.... I'll going to use the 1/144 Revell kit. Picked one up at Hobby Town yesterday. Wasn't as big as I thought.

      Are the BraZ engines the way to go for the Trent version?

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      Post #66989, posted on 04-21-2017 GMT-5 hours    
      BraZ engines and replacement nose (the kit one has many issues). There's a couple of other minor tweaks needed, but overall it's a good kit. I'm doing a Revell 340 for my next build, I'd me more than happy to meet up and compare notes/progress etc.