|Bill Furey||29/07/2007 11:10:00|
10 forum posts
|Could anyone please help?|
I am after Billing decals for the Smit Nederland model.
Mainly after the plimsoll markings and the boats name badges.
I have tried contacting Billings but they have not responded to my emails. I have also tried some model shops here in Australia but no luck.
Your help appreciated.
Thanking you in advance.
|Bernard Allen||06/08/2007 21:24:00|
23 forum posts
If you go to the site "www.alwayshobbies.com/store/Model-Boats/Model-Flags-Decals& Lettering" you will find kinds of decals and I am sure there will be in there your own requirements. Best of Luck Bernard.
|Bill Furey||07/08/2007 08:21:00|
10 forum posts
Thank you very much for that info mate.
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