Shaheen's models availability...

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ConnieMan
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Shaheen's models availability...

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I would like to add a model of Shaheen's B732 in my collection, i would prefer bigger then 1:400 scale diecast, something in scales of 1:144 to 1:100 on nice stands would be my preferance. Dose anyone on here know where i can find one or get one from :?: ...
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I had 3 of these made of which 2 have been sold. 1:130 scale:
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I suppose this one is for ur own collection...who produced these models and could i buy it from retail outlet here in Canada or online from US?
Moin wrote:I had 3 of these made of which 2 have been sold. 1:130 scale:
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These were made locally by my custom model guy using Risesoon/Skymarks 737-200's as donor models.
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Even though its a custom and looks a little cheap.. I wouldnt mind one! :lol:

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Well the SAI livery is not as easy as you would expect it to be, especially those gold pin stripes along the rear of the fuselage. Don't expect any model manufacturer to do these models unless SAI places an order with them which is probably out of the question. However interestingly, one of the 3 models I had made I sent to the Risesoon company in Taiwan (they're the ones who's 737 model I have used for this project) as they requested I have one made for them after they saw the first one.
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