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neu

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  1. Hey Guys, Something just came to my mind after a discussion I had wit ha few modelers. While I'm pretty much doing all my researches on any kits online before buying and ordering online afterwards, others are spending more time and going to actual physical stores to pick up their kits. I see the pro and con of both solutions... So I'm just wondering which way you guys are going usually? I'm pretty curious to see the poll results and I'd love to see some reasoning as well! Have a great day! Greetings, neu
  2. That is a great looking art...I love it!
  3. Mark, this is simply stunning! I love it! Keep up the great work! Greetings, neu
  4. Thanks buddy, I really appreciate it :) Greeitngs, neu
  5. Thank you guys, we appreciate your nice words and actions! billb: try it now, we were doing some maintenance that might have caused the issue. Greetings, neu
  6. My condolences to you and your family :( Apparently, as a great father he did a lot for you to be the enthusiast you are Today!
  7. Given that it's not me who has to pay for it, I'd turn it to a Museum and keep it in good condition. This ship is history and I think sinking it is not necessarily a nice ending. Maybe I'd even let some sections to be rented out by enthusiasts :)
  8. These are the ones I'm aware of for Delta (just made this a few days ago to compare them) 1997-2000 seems to be a short living livery. I think American now is trying to communicate that they are changing and they are not what they used to be. Seeing the communities reactions I'm not sure they made the best choice, however I tend to agree that we here are not necessarily sharing the public, non-enthusiast people' opinion. Time will tell and it might easily turn out that they'll change some aspect of the livery in a few years (I'd start with the tail as it just doesn't work for me this way....) Greetings, neu
  9. Hey Guys :wave:/> As a long time ARC Sponsor and ARC'er I thought I make a ONE TIME post to kindly ask your assistance to spread the word about us. Usually I'm not doing this, but I thought we're here together for a long time enough to ask your support and I appreciate if you spend a few minutes of your precious time to do it. We'll still be friends if not of course ;)/> A lot of you are familiar with who we are, a lot of you are already enjoying the 20% ARC Discount we provide to each registered ARC members, but I quickly sum it up for the ones not knowing us. More customer examples here: http://store.carrierbuilders.net/images/images/gallery/index.html We are Deployment Productions a small and dedicated team to provide museum quality and high accuracy custom aviation profile prints mostly for modern jets at this stage. Even though we are not doing it as a full-time job, but rather a passion (this is one of the reasons we turn to you now), our customers are ranging from Veterans, active USN, USAF and USMC units to Airline employees. We regularly make custom prints for change of command ceremonies or as farewell gifts and we are trying to contribute to the aviation fan community as much as possible. Some of you might remember that we also helped saving the longest serving Tomcat from scrapping by setting up fundraising product for that specific purpose. So here's how you can help: 1 - You can visit and enjoy our webshop www.deploymentproductions.com which is also good for research purposes for modeling (if you prefer, you can sign up for the newsletter - sent out roughly bi-monthly with special offers and new products. No daily or weekly spamming). If you like it, we thank you if you recommend it to others as well! 2 - You can like our Facebook page (we separated it to military and commercial jets due to the little different interests) Military jets: Airliners: 3 - If you rather like Twitter, you can also follow us there at: https://twitter.com/DeploymentP 4 - You can follow what we are doing in our dedicated forum here at ARC in the sponsor's section: http://s362974870.onlinehome.us/forums/air/index.php?showforum=179 We appreciate your time reading it and supporting us whether via word of mouth, Facebook, Twitter or any other way! :wave:/> Greetings, neu
  10. OK...this is sick :D Keep up the updates, amazing work!
  11. I already have a frame if the new movie!!!! :D :D :D
  12. Because it looks so robust :D We've done a print of almost exactly this jet, but I couldn't manage to find contacts to the unit for some more info. I really like how the Hellenic Vipers are looking like!
  13. I'm always amazed that some people attribute issues to being either Boeing or Airbus or whatever company. I can't recall any new aircraft that had no problems at all. It's the nature of complex engineering and machinery. Some pilots even say that an aircraft type is not done until one of the doesn't crash...might be too harsh, but they have a point. I'm quite sure that A350 will also have issues like the A380 as well had issues. Given the fact how complex these systems are I'm actually amazed that they are flying! So keep calm guys and be reasonable :) The more issues they find and fix with any aircraft, the safer we can fly!
  14. It's gonna be an exciting build as far as I see! Good luck and welcome aboard!
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