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PostSubject: Model Master paints:   Thu Jul 11 2013, 01:28

This range of paints are carried by every Hobby Shop and this manufacturer follows the FS formula along with the RAL formula, for all their paints range, which includes their Acrylic paints {which have a white cap}, these paints are Testors and require a specialist Thinner, sadly the full range is not available in this country, but there are some places who stock the odd colours used by other countries during the second World War, such as Russian, French, Italian, Finland and a limited range of Japanese colours.


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