Soyuz class conversion!

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Soyuz class conversion!

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Re: Soyuz class conversion!

Post by holt35 » Sat Feb 03, 2018 1:32 am

That's a great looking model and I may do one in the future but I'm saving my 1/1000 Reliant for the Saratoga conversion they are working on getting out.

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Re: Soyuz class conversion!

Post by Del » Sat Feb 03, 2018 3:09 am

holt35 wrote:That's a great looking model and I may do one in the future but I'm saving my 1/1000 Reliant for the Saratoga conversion they are working on getting out.
He he, just got some supplies in today that might correct the things I've been concerned about. Going to check them out right now. ;) If they work in 1/1000, then "maybe" 1/1400. We'll see.
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Re: Soyuz class conversion!

Post by novahobbies » Sat Feb 03, 2018 3:30 am

Del wrote:
holt35 wrote:That's a great looking model and I may do one in the future but I'm saving my 1/1000 Reliant for the Saratoga conversion they are working on getting out.
He he, just got some supplies in today that might correct the things I've been concerned about. Going to check them out right now. ;) If they work in 1/1000, then "maybe" 1/1400. We'll see.
That's awesome news Dell!!! Fingers firmly crossed. And I'm gonna need one of those Saratogas in 1400 just as soon as it's ready. ;-)

Holt, just a friendly reminder....those plastic Reliants are relatively cheap. wouldn't hurt to get another. Just in case, ya know. LOLOL

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Re: Soyuz class conversion!

Post by holt35 » Sat Feb 03, 2018 4:35 pm

novahobbies wrote:
Del wrote:
holt35 wrote:That's a great looking model and I may do one in the future but I'm saving my 1/1000 Reliant for the Saratoga conversion they are working on getting out.
He he, just got some supplies in today that might correct the things I've been concerned about. Going to check them out right now. ;) If they work in 1/1000, then "maybe" 1/1400. We'll see.
That's awesome news Dell!!! Fingers firmly crossed. And I'm gonna need one of those Saratogas in 1400 just as soon as it's ready. ;-)

Holt, just a friendly reminder....those plastic Reliants are relatively cheap. wouldn't hurt to get another. Just in case, ya know. LOLOL
Yeah I've though about it as I'm concerned they may be OFP right now, it seems the aztek decals aren't for sale on as many sites as they used to be. Also I've spent the past year working on two Excelsior class model so I really don't want to do two Reliant kits back to back and I like the Saratoga better then Bozeman so Come on Dal I'm waiting :D . Truth be told I have to many not finish or unbuilt kits I'd like to get done before I start buying more.

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Re: Soyuz class conversion!

Post by novahobbies » Sun Feb 04, 2018 1:22 am

holt35 wrote:Truth be told I have to many not finish or unbuilt kits I'd like to get done before I start buying more.
I'm sorry, I couldn't hear what you just said. :D :D :D :D :D

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