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Southwest 737 Models, The Kind You Glue And Paint?

Fri Apr 19, 2002 10:48 am

Are these in exhistance? The only SW models I've seen are the snap together ones, are there any glue and paint, decal ones out there?

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Pronto
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RE: Southwest 737 Models, The Kind You Glue And Paint?

Fri Apr 19, 2002 2:32 pm

There is a decal sheet by Flight Design. It's the old markings, and is for a 737-200 (or -500, as that's what I did)
 
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RE: Southwest 737 Models, The Kind You Glue And Paint?

Tue Apr 23, 2002 12:13 pm

I happen to have the decals for a 1/144 Southwest 737. There are also special paints available for the colours. However, the paint job looks tricky. I am thinking of doing a -700 with the 1/144 Revell 737-800 kit by cutting down the fuselage. Also, Airfix's 1/144 737-200 kit is good to use the Southwest decals with.
 
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RE: Southwest 737 Models, The Kind You Glue And Paint?

Thu Apr 25, 2002 12:34 pm

There are decals available from airliners america made by Brand X in 1/144 scale.
These include the Shamu color scheme,I built this using the Minicraft 737-300 kit.

At one time airliners america had the paint for WN as well,but I am not sure if they do now.
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