Lunar Module paper model

Hi all...... can anyone tell me where I can find a free download of a
paper model of the lunar module (LEM). I thought NASA might have one but
I can't find it. Any help would be appreciated.
thanks
Reply to
Newfdog
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Don't ever recall seeing one from NASA.
But this does remind me of a paper model that was available way back around 1970. IIRC one of the large US oil companies offered a heavy paper stock Lunar Module model that you "punched out" and assembled. It was all pre-printed and looked pretty good. I seem to remember it was about 1/48th scale.
Too bad all those types of giveaways went the way of the car service bay and the gas station attendant.
Martin
Reply to
The Collector
Gas station attendants still exist in New Jersey but don't expect them to come out in nifty uniforms with a smile on their faces - especially today. ;)
Bill Banaszak, MFE Sr.
Reply to
Mad Modeller
That was put out by Gulf Oil. I don't know about free, but you can find them on eBay.
Reply to
frank
There's a very nice looking (though perhaps challenging) 1/48 kit here:
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The old Gulf model can be downloaded from this great site, along with a ton of other free space-related paper models:
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Regards, Ralph
Reply to
Ralph Currell
Thanks Ralph.... just what I'm looking for.
Reply to
Newfdog

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