Best practices for displaying/protecting

Finally got a US supplier (Sprue Brothers) that carries a decal set
with correct numbers and nose art of my father's B-24, and I will
spend the next several months building it as correctly as I can. As
far as modeling goes, this will be my magnum opus, and I want to
display it while keeping it protected from dust and little fingers.
What are some of the favorite methods?
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unklbob
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Bob - I have a few different downloads from various magazines. Contact me at braungart (at) verizon (dot) net and I'll be happy to forward them on to you.
Regards, John Braungart
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The Old Man
Well, depending on the scale and your intended display area, you really can't beat a wooden base covered by a plexiglass case. I do 1/72 planes and 1/700 ships and a case for each one is a must.
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Finally got a US supplier (Sprue Brothers) that carries a decal set with correct numbers and nose art of my father's B-24, and I will spend the next several months building it as correctly as I can. As far as modeling goes, this will be my magnum opus, and I want to display it while keeping it protected from dust and little fingers.
What are some of the favorite methods?
Reply to
Tom

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