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  • Jolly-Roger
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    Coming on well Jason. I landed in Auckland on a Singapore 777 rather than the 747.
    <DIV>So what CD gets played when you are model building?? Soundtrack from Top Gun?????</DIV>

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  • Polynesian Airlines
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    Hey guys,<div>
    </div><div>Thought id finally put the stages together... apron need a full repaint for 100% match but other then that really looking forward to growing this diorama.</div><div>
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  • Polynesian Airlines
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    Originally posted by Aviation Delight
    Jason liking the lighting set up you are doing. Looks very realistic.
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    </div><div>Cheers mate, this will be the last update for three weeks. ill be Hamilton for work again. I plan to start the next stage when I get back. Only getting bigger.</div>

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  • Polynesian Airlines
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    Originally posted by Jolly-Roger
    Looking really cool Jason. I'm no electrician but would welcome your skills to light up my Toy Town.
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    </div><div>Cheers Mike, im great follower of your town at the moment and as you know, really do enjoy reading and viewing the day to day activities.</div><div>
    </div><div>Believe it or not I learnt this wiring from yourtube, the set up is powered by 8 AA Batteries.</div>

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  • Polynesian Airlines
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    Originally posted by MAC Admin

    Very nice work jase, good lighting set up
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    </div><div>Cheers Andy, took awhile to get it about right.</div>

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  • Aviation Delight
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    Jason liking the lighting set up you are doing. Looks very realistic.

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  • Jolly-Roger
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    Looking really cool Jason. I'm no electrician but would welcome your skills to light up my Toy Town.

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  • MAC Admin
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    Very nice work jase, good lighting set up

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  • Polynesian Airlines
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    Originally posted by steve k
    Coming to life very nicely, well done mate, remarkable stuff you are doing, it's looking great so far, bloody well done


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    </div><div>Cheers mate, I cant wait to get this stage finished and on to the next.</div>

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  • steve k
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    Coming to life very nicely, well done mate, remarkable stuff you are doing, it's looking great so far, bloody well done

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  • Polynesian Airlines
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    Here are more pics for ya.... ran out of LEDs for the tarmac area....<div>
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  • Polynesian Airlines
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    Hey guys have some updates for ya. two hours of wiring and $20 on LEDs gets this result...<div>Still planning on the tarmac area so more to come..</div><div>
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