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      Post #54836, posted on 10-19-2014 GMT-5 hours    
      Coming soon. Resin. 1/144. TAT, Air Littoral, Compagnie Air Languedoc laser-printed decals. 33 euros + postage.

      ... and more new items to come ...

      Laurent

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      Post #54868, posted on 10-22-2014 GMT-5 hours    
      Now available from www.f-rsin.com. Thank you!

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      Post #54871, posted on 10-23-2014 GMT-5 hours    
      Don't see it on the site.

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      Post #54872, posted on 10-23-2014 GMT-5 hours    
      You might want to try refreshing the page. The Metroliner was uploaded last night and it does show.

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      Post #54873, posted on 10-23-2014 GMT-5 hours    
      any chance to have them in 1/72 in the future ?

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      Post #54910, posted on 10-24-2014 GMT-5 hours    
      Hi Laurent

      Good news … any chance to get a version with "Crossair"-decals? Crossair had 3 units of the Version II and 9 units of the Version III.

      As far as I can remember, the Metroliner III has 4-blade props instead of the 3 blades and extended wings, but the fuselage has the same length , so the conversion to a Metroliner III shouldn't be so difficult (if there are somewhere adequate props available).

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      Post #54914, posted on 10-25-2014 GMT-5 hours    
      Hi Auke, 1/72 is very unlikely I'm afraid.

      Hi Eduard, I'll speak to my partner Christian who designed the Metroliner.

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      Post #54928, posted on 10-26-2014 GMT-5 hours    
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      Echo Mike :
      As far as I can remember, the Metroliner III has 4-blade props instead of the 3 blades and extended wings, but the fuselage has the same length , so the conversion to a Metroliner III shouldn't be so difficult (if there are somewhere adequate props available).

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      Eduard



      That is basically correct, except that the lower scoop on the engine nacelle is very different, the Metro III and 23 have an NACA type scoop

      Graeme