Affordable 32nd sorta old model kits- thanks Ebay

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Affordable 32nd sorta old model kits- thanks Ebay

Post by mikeg » Tue Jul 09, 2019 5:20 pm

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Within the last year or so, lots of really good deals continually pop up - just plain cheap, some unopened, some parts off sprues, beat up boxes, really good deals on lots of 2,3 or more- one lot of 6 for 100.00. more often than not, you can use the decals, but there's no shortage of aftermarket ones. These are the ones I've finished, I still have 4 to go. The He111 I got for 40.00, the Ju88 was relatively cheap, too. Prices are getting a little expensive on those, now.

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Re: Affordable 32nd sorta old model kits- thanks Ebay

Post by hworth18 » Wed Jul 10, 2019 3:42 pm

Nice!!!
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Re: Affordable 32nd sorta old model kits- thanks Ebay

Post by [CAT]CplSlade » Wed Jul 10, 2019 6:28 pm

Remember when those Revell Raiden kits were really expensive? Then Hasegawa released a modern tooling and they somehow became less rare and affordable?

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