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Richard Jones 715/05/2010 09:25:09
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hi can any one help me i have some old plane kits and would like a rough price of them:
Bud Nosen Trainer 102" span Original from 1977
Cambria Scimitar 70" Slope Soarer
Robbe Puma 40 Trainer model 3164
Pilot Ace 40s
David perry 115/05/2010 11:23:27
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The rough answer is they are worth what you can get someone to pay!  My own bench mark is fifty quid for a second hand model!  Much above that I get twitchy!!  I did offer Ali Masc, Machin, Masins, that Ali bloke, fifty quid for his loadmaster at Cosford last year, but then he got twitchy!
 
 
Tony Prince15/05/2010 12:40:59
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I think David is right, I buy kits but the Postage kills me. I'm guessing about about 100 for the Bud Nosen, if the plan is still in A1 condition, about 50 for the others. I bought a 1980's kit (Chris Sweatman Starfire) a little while ago, I didn't check the plan. It was eaten to nothing by Fish moths, and therefore the thing was worth nothing

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