"...I usually build 1/700 warships, mainly Imperial Japanese Navy, US Navy and a few from tke Kriegsmarine. Most of the kits are from WW2 era, except for US carriers - love them and have some modern ones too. Some months ago, however, I was hooked by the idea to build (again) the old Revell 1/540 Midway carrier. I got this kit in the 60s from my late father. It was injected here in Brazil by a company that got the rights from Revell USA. As usual at that time, I build it in a couple of days, painting all aircrafts gloss blue. After several years it went to the trash bin, but I managed to save all aircrafts, the guns and some other small itens. Last july I came across a Midway being sold here in Brazil and bought it. It was already buil(t), but the owner used white glue (!), allowing me to disassemble it fairly easy. Now I plan to build it again, upgrading this old (lady) as much as possible. Got a PE fret from Gold Medal Models and decals from Starfighter Decals, but the air group was a problem. I had the required number of Cougars and helos, but only three Skyraiders...
...Last Monday I took some hours to make a research in the Internet, via Google, looking for 1/540 items for my Midway, mainly aircrafts. I browsed dozens of websites and found a small reference about someone willing to use 'Matt Stein aircrafts' to populate an old Revell aircraft carrier. I typed 'Matt Stein' at Google and here I am..."
Back to Matty again - yes, Paulo, here you are - and you've come to exactly right place : Welcome Aboard, buddy!
Below I - and anyone(s) else having info/reference pics to contribute - will take a look at features of the Midway-class carriers, from the time periods in which they carried the aircraft you already have, as well as other suitable aircraft and fittings, currently available.
I think you (and everybody) are going to find this quite useful - and (hopefully) enjoyable. Welcome to ModelFleet, Paulo!