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Welsh Models
« on: April 06, 2013, 04:16:39 AM »
Has anyone heard from Densil at Welsh Models recently?  I have been trying to place an order with him but haven't had any responses.
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Re: Welsh Models
« Reply #1 on: April 06, 2013, 04:28:37 AM »
He has to be still up and running, the Latest News Letter from the Big H has a couple of items from him listed.

Plus he has just updated his website on April 1st with an announcement, new 1/72 727 and the BAe 146 almost ready ---

http://www.welshmodels.co.uk/
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Re: Welsh Models
« Reply #2 on: April 06, 2013, 12:10:33 PM »
Yay!  He has gotten in contact with me so all is good.
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Re: Welsh Models
« Reply #3 on: May 28, 2016, 01:57:23 AM »
Coming soon: 1/72 BAe 146-200. No pricing yet.

The BAe 146-200 series in 1:72nd scale is due for release early next week as a resin kit with Vac Formed Fuselage. There are in excess of 40 resin parts including a complete detailed cockpit, main undercarriage bay and the option to have the rear airbrake system in either an open or closed position. Decals are by Ray at 2-6 decals in the last Pacific Southwestern Airlines (PSA) livery which had the solid grey titles and horizontal fin flash.







Welsh kit page is here.

Great base for a MPA or a rough field tactical transport for smaller air forces.
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Re: Welsh Models
« Reply #4 on: May 28, 2016, 02:05:12 AM »
There's a 146 still being operated out of YYC (Calgary International), I see it most days. There used to be eight of them parked in the bone-yard but all were sold for converting into water bombers.

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Re: Welsh Models
« Reply #5 on: May 28, 2016, 02:10:18 AM »
I had a flew flights in them when Air Canada Jazz used them for the East Coast runs. They would howl when the flaps were extended. 



Note the very "unofficial" RCAF lightning bolt.
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Re: Welsh Models
« Reply #6 on: May 28, 2016, 02:55:58 AM »
I would LOVE one of those for a long-standing project of mine, but it all depends on the price, of course.

I used to work at BAE Woodford where the 146/RJ was made, so they're close to my heart.
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Re: Welsh Models
« Reply #7 on: May 28, 2016, 03:14:27 AM »
They just posted the price. Are you sitting down Harold with beer in hand?

CLS72-28    Multi Media Image   Bae 146-200 series....................................................Pacific Southwest Airlines (PSA)    121.00p 108.90p

For you 121. For me, $207 CDN. Hmm. Not today I think.
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Re: Welsh Models
« Reply #8 on: May 28, 2016, 04:19:42 AM »
No, I was sitting down drinking tea, which I'm now wiping off my screen.

Well that project is NOT happening in the forseeable future. I can kinda sorta do it with the 1/144th Revell kit, but I had in mind a diorama with figures too and that would have been better in 1/72nd.
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Re: Welsh Models
« Reply #9 on: July 18, 2016, 11:56:44 PM »
Taken from their website:

New Releases

July 2016 - SL354R - 1:144th scale Fairchild FH-227B resin kit in TAT livery

July 2016 - CV30 - 1:144th scale Conversion kit for Fokker F.27-500

July 2016 - CV31 - 1:144th scale Conversion kit for Fairchild FH.227B Series

July 2016 - CV37 - 1:144th scale Conversion kit for Douglas DC-8-50 series

July 2016 - CV38 - 1:144th scale Conversion kit for Douglas DC-8-11/21 series

July 2016 - SL355V - 1:144th scale Bristol B170 Mk31 in BKS cargo Services livery

July 2016 - SL353P - 1:144th scale Bristol Super Freighter in Channel Air Bridge livery

July 2016 - SL352P - 1:144th scale Bristol B170 Mk31 in BKS cargo Services livery

July 2016 - CLS72-29 - 1:72nd scale BAe 146-200 series in Jersey European livery

We have one new 1:144th scale release and four new conversion kits in the same scale this week. SL 354R - Fairchild FH-227B in Touraine Air Transport, a resin kit with metal propellors - declas by Fantasy Print Shop. CV-30 - Solid Resin Fokker F.27.500 Series Fuselage inc window decals. CV-31 - Solid resin Fairchild FH-227 fuselage along with window decals. CV-37 - Vacform DC-8-50 series fusleage along with resin PW JT3D-3 Turbojet engines along with a United Airlines decal set. CV-38 - Vacform DC-8-11/21 series fuselage with resin PW JT3C Turbojet engines along with United Airlines decal set.

Five recent releases , all new and two of the 1:144th scale kits are full Vac/Metal, the other being Vac/Resin/Metal. (1) CLS72-29 - 1:72nd scale BAe146 in Jersey European livery. (2) SL 352P - Bristol 170 Mk3I in 1:144th scale - BKS cargo services Livery. (3) SL 353P - 1:144th scale Bristol Super Freighter in Channel Air Bridge livery. (4) SL 355V - Vac/Metal version of SL 352P. (5) SL 356V - Vac/Metal version of SL 353P. Full prices on the Skyliner series page
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Re: Welsh Models
« Reply #11 on: July 29, 2016, 08:46:10 PM »
Hmm, could be most interesting to combine with an Anigrand B-30 kit.

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Re: Welsh Models
« Reply #12 on: July 29, 2016, 10:22:33 PM »
Agreed. They should offer just the wings in both 1/144 and 1/72.
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Re: Welsh Models
« Reply #13 on: November 27, 2016, 11:44:57 PM »
We have finally sold out of MT72-01 - The original Boeing 737-7ES Wedgetail, which will very shortly be superceded by MT72-13 which has many upgraded parts and decals.

Likewise MT72-09 has temporarily sold out awaiting replacement parts and when re-issed will offer new upgrades to include operational US Navy Squadrons.

MT72-12 will be a new P-8A Poseidon which will offer new upgraded parts akin to MT72-13 along with new decals. We will advise the extact date of release which is dependent upon delivery of parts, but are taking advanced orders as usual and the price and full details are on the MT72 page on the website at www.welshmodels.co.uk

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Re: Welsh Models
« Reply #14 on: November 28, 2016, 07:03:57 AM »
Agreed. They should offer just the wings in both 1/144 and 1/72.

One time I was after some of Welsh Models bits & pieces and asked if I could get them, but Denzel replied saying he doesn't split up kits of parts because he doesn't want a pile of in-complete kits lying around. He did say that he would sell all of the resin bits, or all of the white metal bits from a particular kit though, as they come as separate sets from his supplier.