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Post  focuswrc on Fri Feb 08, 2013 10:07 pm

Speedy wrote:Bit of a suggestion, can't remember who originally planned it or if things ever progreessed with the decals, but maybe this might be the time to see if anyone can do the decals for the Bill Connolly BP M3 in 1/43 and maybe then do them for the big boys in 1/18

Nearly sure JOB has this model made. Maybe even KMD did it for him

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Post  mcm motorsport on Fri Feb 08, 2013 10:10 pm

focuswrc wrote:
Speedy wrote:Bit of a suggestion, can't remember who originally planned it or if things ever progreessed with the decals, but maybe this might be the time to see if anyone can do the decals for the Bill Connolly BP M3 in 1/43 and maybe then do them for the big boys in 1/18

Nearly sure JOB has this model made. Maybe even KMD did it for him

kmd did a couple i think.
brian was working on this sometime ago but the green was being a problem...decal or paint.

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Post  mcm motorsport on Fri Feb 08, 2013 10:10 pm

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mcm motorsport wrote:the s14 dmg decals comming from mf-zone arrived with me today....they are a nightmare! when applied to a base the decals are to dull.
bartek is reprinting and sending a new batch out to all who has ordered the original set in the next few weeks.

Yes Bartek did explain this problem to me
He will make things right no problem sound bloke.


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Post  143models.com on Fri Feb 08, 2013 10:17 pm

focuswrc wrote:
Speedy wrote:Bit of a suggestion, can't remember who originally planned it or if things ever progreessed with the decals, but maybe this might be the time to see if anyone can do the decals for the Bill Connolly BP M3 in 1/43 and maybe then do them for the big boys in 1/18

Nearly sure JOB has this model made. Maybe even KMD did it for him

He has one but I don't think it was a Ltd run


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Post  focuswrc on Fri Feb 08, 2013 10:22 pm

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focuswrc wrote:
Speedy wrote:Bit of a suggestion, can't remember who originally planned it or if things ever progreessed with the decals, but maybe this might be the time to see if anyone can do the decals for the Bill Connolly BP M3 in 1/43 and maybe then do them for the big boys in 1/18

Nearly sure JOB has this model made. Maybe even KMD did it for him

He has one but I don't think it was a Ltd run



No do not think it was limited. Think maybe James got Kevin to build a one off for him. Class model.

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Post  bmd on Fri Feb 08, 2013 10:28 pm

+1 great idea peter! class livery! Cool
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Post  mcm motorsport on Fri Feb 08, 2013 10:35 pm

i dont care who's sending him the pics as long as there complete! i dont want to spend money on buying bases,getting colin to spray them (which costs me money and him his time when he could be doing other things) and then when the decals come there incomplete! Evil or Very Mad

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Post  mcm motorsport on Fri Feb 08, 2013 10:41 pm

modele-sklep wrote:I aggre with not manufacuring the reeditions.

I think that good idea will be put on forum a topic with datbase of already build models.

are you on facebook?
check kmdmodels he builds alot of irish models.

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Post  brian on Fri Feb 08, 2013 10:58 pm

Funny that the Bill Connelly car is mention tonight, i stripped an Otto M3 earlier for this very car. Yes the green was causing me some problems, but the artwork is done. Am trying to get the masking right one this 1/18 first and see how the paint turns out

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Post  mcm motorsport on Fri Feb 08, 2013 11:18 pm

theres a chance now i might finally get my hands on a model ive been looking for a while now....however im afraid to spend alot of money on it now because the next week decals might become availalbe!!! Rolling Eyes

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Re: New Irish Models

Post  Mark Lowe on Fri Feb 08, 2013 11:22 pm

sell another tractor Very Happy
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Post  mcm motorsport on Fri Feb 08, 2013 11:23 pm

Mark Lowe wrote:sell another tractor Very Happy

nearly sold out!! Very Happy Very Happy

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Post  bmd on Fri Feb 08, 2013 11:26 pm

Funny that the Bill Connelly car is mention tonight, i stripped an Otto M3 earlier for this very car. Yes the green was causing me some problems, but the artwork is done. Am trying to get the masking right one this 1/18 first and see how the paint turns out

brian, you do of course know to stay beside the computer, logged in to the forum, watching your pm's................if and when this materialises.........my name is billy, you'll be hearing from me !!! lol! lol!
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Post  Cazzo on Sat Feb 09, 2013 6:14 pm

bmd wrote:Funny that the Bill Connelly car is mention tonight, i stripped an Otto M3 earlier for this very car. Yes the green was causing me some problems, but the artwork is done. Am trying to get the masking right one this 1/18 first and see how the paint turns out

brian, you do of course know to stay beside the computer, logged in to the forum, watching your pm's................if and when this materialises.........my name is billy, you'll be hearing from me !!! lol! lol!


SNAP!! I'll be doing the same thing Billy.... Hello Brian my name is Colin........ lol

Brian if you need any help with the painting give me a shout,
I've a spare Otto M3 here so I could have a go at the green and send the shell down for you to run your eye over it Wink


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Post  brian on Sat Feb 09, 2013 6:32 pm

Cheers Colin, was actually thinking last night that your the man for the job as the paint job might be beyond me. Ive masked up a 1/43 today and gave it a spray of yellow. Just waiting for it to dry now and will get a coat of green on it and see how it goes. Dont want to mess up an otto just yet

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Post  Cazzo on Sat Feb 09, 2013 6:38 pm

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Yeah I've played about with a 1/43 also, 1/18 are a lot more money to replace,
I painted the green and was planing to do the yellow in decal to hide any paint edge,
Sure give me a shout if needs be, all I would need would be a few BP decals that you will be using so I can get a close match,

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Post  bmd on Sat Feb 09, 2013 7:38 pm

ah lads, i've come over all funny again....also have a spare 1:18 m3 here waiting for this, so, re the paint, colin hello, my name is billy.....
well what did you expect?? lol!!!! Rolling Eyes lol!
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Post  Mark Lowe on Mon Feb 11, 2013 2:48 pm

mcm motorsport wrote:i dont care who's sending him the pics as long as there complete! i dont want to spend money on buying bases,getting colin to spray them (which costs me money and him his time when he could be doing other things) and then when the decals come there incomplete! Evil or Very Mad

The only thing with this Paul is someone is sending pics which they are entitled to do and as you say as long as they are correct, but we had this before with Italian decal makers.

Again its going back to what the likes of APS would like to bring out and then find out someone is doing them too and good that Diegoq and Alan can work this together but in my mind its still not your own model code 3 which you have took time, money and planning to do.
Its ok for collectors to buy up whats out there and I am sure this is not a problem for you, but there will come a time when the likes of the model makers from the past will think whats the point and pack in
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Post  mcm motorsport on Mon Feb 11, 2013 4:24 pm

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mcm motorsport wrote:i dont care who's sending him the pics as long as there complete! i dont want to spend money on buying bases,getting colin to spray them (which costs me money and him his time when he could be doing other things) and then when the decals come there incomplete! Evil or Very Mad

The only thing with this Paul is someone is sending pics which they are entitled to do and as you say as long as they are correct, but we had this before with Italian decal makers.

Again its going back to what the likes of APS would like to bring out and then find out someone is doing them too and good that Diegoq and Alan can work this together but in my mind its still not your own model code 3 which you have took time, money and planning to do.
Its ok for collectors to buy up whats out there and I am sure this is not a problem for you, but there will come a time when the likes of the model makers from the past will think whats the point and pack in

totally agree with you on this subject! it must be gut wrenching when you sit and plan models,source pics and bases,paint codes etc etc and find out someone is producing decals....this i dont like!! Evil or Very Mad and thats the problem there is going to be with so many producing decals nowadays.
fair play to bruno who design's the focus decals,he never once came to me or the forum and tried to sell decals on to make money! yes if you contact him he will sell (at a very reasonable price too) you a set of decals to make a model but hes not in it for any quick buck,he makes the decals for his own collection.
its great too see alan and diegoq working together if this could happen more it would save alot of hassle perhaps.
with so many decal producers out there now,and they seem to concentrate big towards the irish scene it has made me think what if we see (and could so easily) double ups from different modellers what the value of our collection will take!

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Re: New Irish Models

Post  Mark Lowe on Mon Feb 11, 2013 6:04 pm

As long as the decals are of good quality
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Re: New Irish Models

Post  modele-sklep on Wed Feb 27, 2013 11:30 am

Hello, something new,
Few left, It anybody interest please as
kuchar20@interia.pl




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Post  Mark Lowe on Wed Feb 27, 2013 12:11 pm

How much please?

Co driver J. O'Brien not O'Brian Wink
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Post  mcm motorsport on Wed Feb 27, 2013 1:32 pm

yes please 1 of each!
what does RAJD mean?

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Re: New Irish Models

Post  Juha on Wed Feb 27, 2013 1:35 pm

Rally, what else? lol!
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Post  brian on Thu Mar 07, 2013 6:26 pm

Received a lovely package today from Peter. Meagher Escort and O Callaghan Celicas. The green on the ST205 is a bit too bright like the pictures, but it will do for now. Other than the green its a great model.

Other 2 models are spot on, the ST185 is a really nice model. Cant wait to put it beside Mchale and Nesbitt celicas

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