elcableguy77
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Touching Up Gemini Models

Mon Mar 14, 2005 10:18 am

I was admiring my newly received DL 757-200 yesterday, when my butter fingers let it slip and hit the floor. The tail came off, but was easily repaired. However, it also chipped some portions of paint on the nose and around the tail off.
What sort of paint would be best for me to use to touch them up? I have some Testor's enamels that I use for plastic models, and I was thinking about using that, but I thought I had better ask here before I proceeded, lest someone has a better idea.
Thanks in advance!

-Gavin
Former ZW F/A | "Wisconsin 72A, contact departure, see ya."
 
AR1300
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RE: Touching Up Gemini Models

Mon Mar 14, 2005 10:27 am

Man, that sucks!!

Mike.
You are now free to move about the cabin
 
JetJock22
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RE: Touching Up Gemini Models

Mon Mar 14, 2005 1:49 pm

I bet it still looks better than 3/4 of the planes in Delta's fleet right now. There are some that are in DIRE need of a new paint job. Leave it as is. It adds character

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