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  • Spad13
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    Originally posted by DAL767-400ER View Post
    I'll let you be the judge . Finally managed to make an inventory of all my model planes. A total of 243 planes in 1:500 and 1:400 scale, most of which were bought between 1999 and 2004, and I better not even mention how much money I have spent for those .
    Your collection seems to not have a theme. That makes you more of a hoarder than a collector.

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  • DAL767-400ER
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    I'm already in the process of that . We're currently stuck between selling our property, or having to sub-rent space if the sale falls through. Either way, my diorama space is gone, so I have already packed all planes back into their boxes, took the time to do inventory and repairs, and now I have 5 large cartons of planes standing in my room,.

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  • Chaudard
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    Think about the day you'll be moving away ...

    a real pain in the ass .. (i'm living it right now .. i only got 25 models .. but it's really bothering to put them back all in their boxes, and to think of where i'm gonna put them in my new house, wich doesnt have much place for them ..)

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  • DAL767-400ER
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    Originally posted by Cam View Post
    I will take all of your L-1011's for $50 please.
    I'm not that desperate for money...









    ...yet .

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  • Cam
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    I will take all of your L-1011's for $50 please.

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  • intruder500
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    Blasphemy!!!!!!!!!!
    You can never have
    enough models!
    Intruder500

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  • Crunk415balla
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    I have a similar ammount of schabak 1/600 models. I have a collection of 1:400, but I haven't bought a new model in a few years since I have no where to put them.

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  • CcrlR
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    Originally posted by chrisburns
    Haha, Colin the answer is no, you don't have too many planes the real answer is you can never have enough.
    I have a lot of them too, but as long you can control your habit and not make others mad at you for having too many planes, you should be ok. Nice collection, looks like mojave!

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  • porter guy
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    you have basically every air canada plane herpa offers

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  • AA 1818
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    Poppycock - there is no such thing as 'too many planes'! Umm, but you know - you can make a contribtuion to the West Palm Beach plane lovers club. Send all donations in care of me!

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  • DAL767-400ER
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    Only the last one is 1:400, the others are all 1:500. I'd have had to take up a credit if I wanted those 200+ planes in 1:400 .

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  • chrisburns
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    Colin which pictures are 1/500 and which are 1/400?

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  • YYZPICS
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    A collection like that deserves a focused picture

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  • jazzyspreetsingh
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    WOW!

    all i have are

    a herpa 1/500 UA 747 old colors

    and an Emirates 777 1/400 idk who it is made by, it says made in germany on the box...and it also says that on the plane...my friend got it for me when he flew Emirates

    and I have these Skymarks

    1/150 Song
    1/130 Southwest (NG canyon blue)
    1/200 United 777 (with wheels)
    1/200 American 757
    1/200 Delta 767

    lol your collection is a lot bigger than mine, lol!

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  • chrisburns
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    Haha, Colin the answer is no, you don't have too many planes the real answer is you can never have enough.

    In 1/400 alone I have 372 models, another 8 in 1/200 (die-cast 1/200) and countless snap together. I also have 4-5 1/500 scale models.

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