Boeing 707-320- 1:120 scale model completed

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  1. airbob

    airbob Member

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    I have just completed the Beta build of the 1:120 scale Boeing 707-320 in the PanAm logo you may view it at the website: http://www.clarksvegas.com/bob/gallery2/main.php. The individual plates have been posted for those who want to "tackel" building the jetliner....again this is not a commercial build but an individual project...it takes some working with parts...the vertical tail location is not marked....but you can figure this out from the viewing the completed model...now to work on the TWA version...adnd then the KC 135...!
  2. dwgannon

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    Bob,
    Outstanding job. Now I know your going to work on that KC-135A/R version right?
  3. Jim Krauzlis

    Jim Krauzlis Active Member

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    Superb job, Bob!

    Can't wait to see more of your designs!

    Cheers!
    Jim
  4. Bowdenja

    Bowdenja Active Member

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    Great model! Got to build this to go with Rob's DC-9 he's working on.

    john
  5. Texman

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    (Fingers crossed for KC-135's) That's getting to be one good looking plane. Nice work!

    Ray
  6. Ashrunner

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    Nice design Airbob...it has the beautiful lines of the real thing. It would look great with the aluminum undersides, but as she stand now, I would be proud to show her off.
  7. modano1

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    Great job,

    where can I get that B-2, cant find one anywhere!
  8. modelincard

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    :-o:cool:Dude! Wow! That's great!
  9. jasco

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    Hey, I don't see a Boeing!
  10. Ashrunner

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    Jasco

    Click on the B-2 and the rest of the gallery will show.
  11. jasco

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    Thanks, Ashrunner, now I see it. Cool plane.
  12. gkitman

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    Do you have the plans for the Lockheed Vega -the photo's on the same website ? I'd rather have the Winnie Mae. gkitmach@hotmail.com
  13. airbob

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    Winnie Mae?

    No I do not have plans for the Vega....I have consdered building the Winnie Mae...but that remains in the future...
  14. airbob

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    KC-135 Stratotanker

    I am currently working on the fuselage design of the KC 135, the shape of the fuselage is much narrower than it's cousin the 707...so this baby also started from scratch....should have this part ready for the beta build in the next month...I will post photo at my site when I do....and maybe see if I can figure out how to do this! Cheers till then!
  15. dwgannon

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    Thanks for the update Rob on the KC135. Your doing great work please keep it up. :)
  16. Cybermac

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    Hi Airbob! If you are prepairing KC-135 I have some drawings for You...