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      Post #68875, posted on 12-21-2017 GMT-5 hours    
      In the AMS newsletter found this:

      https://www.aviationmegastore.com/search/_/p1/cM/s144/f3687

      Another link to the kit maker:
      http://www.modelarovo.cz/learjet-35-1-144-stransky-kits-lednova-novinka/

      GREAT!!!! 👍

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      Post #68878, posted on 12-21-2017 GMT-5 hours    
      Donít sneeze...

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      Post #68883, posted on 12-22-2017 GMT-5 hours    
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      Jennings :
      Donít sneeze...



      True! I recently finished F-RSIN's Falcon 20 and it is tiny. I might have to look into one of these. I've run out of space in my display case, and don't have enough room for a 1/48 Hasegawa kit.

      I love how Chrome translates the first sentence of the web page: "A pleasing message for all 1/144 ladder builder came from the Stransky kits."

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      Post #68885, posted on 12-23-2017 GMT-5 hours    
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      Ben Brown :True! I recently finished F-RSIN's Falcon 20 and it is tiny.


      Small in the world of Airliners yes but not in the world of 1/144 Kits, try the Brengun Mignet Hm.14 that is tiny

      Murphy's law:
      After I finished a crappy 3D printed Kit of the Lear 35, they release a injection moulded Kit...very funny!


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      Post #68886, posted on 12-23-2017 GMT-5 hours    
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      Murphy's law:
      After I finished a crappy 3D printed Kit of the Lear 35, they release a injection moulded Kit...very funny!


      Marco



      Ha ha ha... that might be the reason why I didn't yet start 2 scratch build projects of 2 of my favourite planes ever:
      DC-4E and Boeing 2707-300 SST.
      The hope someone will ever make an injection or at least a resin kit of these two......very very unlikely! 😭😭😭😭

      HOPE NEVER DIES!
      The other reason: Too much unbuild in stock....
      "So many kits, so little time"
      (wasn't that a song by Miquel Brown in 1983 or something in that kind...??? 👍)
      Sven