EDUARD 1/32 109 E-1

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  1. ellis995

    ellis995 Active Member

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    Hi guys

    Seen the afore mentioned model on e-bay for £20 plus £3.50 p&p BNIB from a specialist inporter, who i bought the eduard 1/32 109 e tropic
     
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    That's bl**dy good value! It's normally somewhere between £35 and £40 - worth getting at that price Keith !
     
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    Good score there Keith!:D
     
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    Just check that it's not the 'Weekend Edition' Keith. I've just seen an advert for it, at around £23 I think. It's the same basic kit, but without the PE parts etc., hence the lower price. Still worth it though, when you consider that the very old and very inaccurate Hasegawa kit is about £22.
     
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