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Posted: November/17/2016 at 7:23pm  
 
If you missed out on the first run of the M&M Models Color Guide by Mike Marecki in 2014, I may have some good news for you!

After speaking with Mike at the WMWA fly-in this month, he committed to doing another run of the book IF there was enough interest.

For those of you that do not know about this book it is the much sought after M&M Models Color Guide that includes paint chips from all the countries listed below. If you need a color documentation source that has not been easily available in at least 10 years now, Mike may be doing another small run for a VERY limited time if we can get enough people to commit.





Countries included in every book:

1939 - 1945...
U.S. NAVY  - 12 colors
U.S. ARMY AIR FORCE - 9 colors
U.S. AIR FORCE 1946 TO PRESENT  - 22 colors very limited supply
LUFTWAFFE - 12 colors
JAPANESE - 11 colors
ITALIAN - 7 colors
RUSSIAN - 9 colors
R.A.F. - 15 colors

Over 100 chips in every book!

What I need from you guys is if you are interesting in purchasing one or more books he needs a  SOLID COMMITMENT of 50 books or more at $55.00 US ($10 extra for international shipping) each to make it worth his time.
If you want one or more of these books please post below and let mike know. If there is enough interest Mike will let us know when he will be making them up. This is a GREAT resource and a must have for your scale reference library!




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Put me down for TWO! 

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Count me in for (1) one please.


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I'm in for one as well.

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Posted: November/17/2016 at 10:03pm  
 
Are these actual paint samples from the era & country listed, or high fidelity reproductions based on historical data? How large are the 'chips'? Can they be used at a Home Depot type place to mix up some matching paint? 
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Posted: November/17/2016 at 10:13pm  
 
Hi Aaron,

These are actual paint chips reproduced from the specified RLM, FS, and other countries documented color mixtures. And yes, they can be used for digital matching and for documentation purposes for contests. This is "the" base color book and has been the standard used by many in competition.

Here is a sample of one of the pages...



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