Don Sheppard Decals

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  1. Catch22

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    Does anyone know where to get Don Sheppard decals in 1/32, OTHER than the CanMilAir ones? Those are $42.00 for 16 decals, no stencils or anything! :puke:

    Any help would be appreciated.
     
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    Disregard.
     
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    Yeah Wojtek, it says $7.00, but when you scroll to 1/32 it becomes $42.00.
     
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    Oh... it is for 1/144 scale.I haven't noticed.:oops: Sorry.
    But my second part of advice is valid.:)
     
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    Yeah, thanks Wojtek. It doesn't matter as I found some FAA decals that I didn't know I had. While they're not exactly like that, I can still build a different, neat looking plane. It's this one:
     

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    That should look nice Cory. I think I did that particular one about 25 years ago, which was unusual then, as evrybody was doing US birds!
     
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    I agree with Terry .It should be great looking model.
     
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    And most people still do, so it's neat to do FAA birds.

    Sorry Wojtek, missed your post. Hopefully it looks good.
     
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    No problem. :)
     
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