Chick-fil-a History of Flight Card Models

Discussion in 'Internet Finds' started by dapple63, Jul 25, 2007.

  1. dapple63

    dapple63 New Member

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    I got home tonight and the wife had been to Chick-fil-a. Normally we don't do the kids' meals, but they have a "History of Flight" series and they come with really nice card models.

    I built a shuttle model. Not sure what the others are.

    I've picked off and built about everything on this site, but haven't posted anything until now. Just didn't have anything new to add.
  2. Amazyah

    Amazyah Senior Member

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    Thanks for the heads up!
    I'm going to have to check that out.
    Sounds like a good reason for a chicken sandwich to me!

    Oh and Welcome to the forum dapple63!

    Russell
  3. BARX2

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    Thanks for the tip. Curious what kind of paper are they printed on - card stock? I'll have to get over there and check it out.
  4. doc_harvey

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    sob...

    alas....we don't have Chic-fil-a in Minnesota...
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    TheWebdude Just a Member

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    Pictures! Pictures! Add pictures!!:twisted::wave:
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    B-Manic Peripheral Visionary

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    Sometimes you can buy the leftover promotional items here.

    Shop Chick-fil-A
  7. dapple63

    dapple63 New Member

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    Pics as soon as I can take some. They are printed on heavy, glossy card stock. At least 100 pound stock; all die cut. I did another kids meal today and got a Lockheed Vega.

    No, they aren't the quality of stuff that we print out and labor over, but they are very cleverly engineered and look nice. AND they only take about 10-15 minutes to build.

    Now I like to build and put some time into it, but some days you just feel like doing something quick. These are great for that.