88D - Storm Mallard

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88D - Storm Mallard

Postby soriansj » Mon Jun 03, 2019 12:50 am

88D - Storm Mallards

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Image88D - Storm Mallards by SAMS Technological and Industrial Solutions Inc, on Flickr

Image88D - Storm Mallards by SAMS Technological and Industrial Solutions Inc, on Flickr

Image88D - Storm Mallards by SAMS Technological and Industrial Solutions Inc, on Flickr

Image88D - Storm Mallards by SAMS Technological and Industrial Solutions Inc, on Flickr

3Ts contender! No taps, travis, nor taps (no ball joints either). Would like to sells these, if allowed. If interested, please click on any photo for more info. Thanks for viewing.
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Re: 88D - Storm Mallard

Postby √∆£ » Mon Jun 03, 2019 9:24 pm

Nice! Good parts usage

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Re: 88D - Storm Mallard

Postby Artasid » Tue Jun 04, 2019 3:05 am

These are nicely made. Out of curiosity, are they 7p scale? Because they look a little tall, not overtly so, but just a bit.

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3Ts contender! No taps, travis, nor taps (no ball joints either)...
Lol, I'm sure it's a typo but I think you meant to say No taps, travis nor, T-Pieces. (you listed taps twice). :lol:
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Re: 88D - Storm Mallard

Postby soriansj » Wed Jun 05, 2019 12:35 am

√∆£ wrote:Nice! Good parts usage

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Thanks.

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Re: 88D - Storm Mallard

Postby soriansj » Wed Jun 05, 2019 12:36 am

Artasid wrote:These are nicely made. Out of curiosity, are they 7p scale? Because they look a little tall, not overtly so, but just a bit.

soriansj wrote:...
3Ts contender! No taps, travis, nor taps (no ball joints either)...
Lol, I'm sure it's a typo but I think you meant to say No taps, travis nor, T-Pieces. (you listed taps twice). :lol:
Yes typo, thanks for pointing that out.

Yes to 7p scale. It's the same height as a HiLeg.

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Re: 88D - Storm Mallard

Postby VitorFaria » Wed Jun 05, 2019 9:58 pm

Those give the impression of being super tall by being very slim, nice play on the eyes!
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Re: 88D - Storm Mallard

Postby KungFujiApple » Tue Jun 11, 2019 6:34 am

VitorFaria wrote:Those give the impression of being super tall by being very slim, nice play on the eyes!

Yeah great work, and love that it qualifies for the TTT challenge
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