Among the few "gaps" in 1:144 scale airliner kits that I would like to build are the A319, 737-500 and MD-90. I am looking for ideas from anyone who has "been there, done that" in building any or all of these types in 1:144 (or seen it done). In particular...
Can the Minicaft 737-300 or -400 be successfully cut down to a -500 without running into problems with the fuselage underside taper aft of the wingroot fairing? Same question for cutting a Revell A320 or 321 down to an A319. If so, how much is removed forward and aft of the wings of the respective types and where?
Is there a reasonably priced, straightforward conversion (vacuform and/or resin) currently available for building a 1:144 MD-90?
Thanks for any info you can provide.