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Andy Butler06/10/2016 14:07:41
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A tad over the top - but this one is outrageous;

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Martin Dance 106/10/2016 14:13:38
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Interesting that both models in the last two posts are being sold by the same person. Are they his to sell? Is he under instruction to sell by a higher authority e.g senior domestic management? When they don't sell 'Well dear I tried' I suppose I'll have to fly them.

Geoff Sleath06/10/2016 15:27:48
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Indeed. I actually own a Great Planes Boeing Super Stearman as advertised here. Mine has a Mackay 30cc petrol engine (and it's very quiet with a Krumshied ? Pitts type silencer). I had no idea it was worth so much. It's yours for a grand complete with a spare fuselage

Geoff

kevin b06/10/2016 17:39:19
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He is a business seller and is probably trying to gauge a new market as he doesn't appear to have sold this type of item before. He obviously hasn't got much idea about our hobby. Or maybe he is chancing it. After all, you can always reduce the price !

trebor06/10/2016 18:26:58
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Could be a bit posh down Littlehampton disgust posh pushes prices up.

Andrew Price 206/10/2016 19:06:40
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Surely they'll be too posh to push, trebor!!! smile o

Peter Miller06/10/2016 19:09:36
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The posh expect everyone to be as rich as they pretend to be.

DH 82A06/10/2016 20:33:23
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As the posh would say, they are " reassuringly expensive" !

trebor06/10/2016 20:47:00
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Being born and dragged up in the north, moving down to Southampton everybody down here is posh to me laugh

Andrew Price 206/10/2016 20:49:56
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That must be why I'm so confused. I am the product of good Yorkshire stock, but, born in Harrow!! face 12

Kevin Fairgrieve11/10/2016 16:46:01
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I guess they are about 2mm each.

So £3.50 for 12 makes that some very expensive fuel tube.

WOW

Kev

Peter Miller11/10/2016 18:17:28
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Well, for someone who doesn't know how to use a scalpel probably worth itwink 2

leccyflyer15/10/2016 10:13:05
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What's On The End Of The Stick, Vic?

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jonryan17/10/2016 15:52:22
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Here's a bargain. Especially for those who know nothing about RC flying. Especially about prices. This actually makes me more angry than amused. Some youngster may have set his/her heart on an RC plane, parents know nothing about them, waste money on this. Happy Christmas.

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jonryan17/10/2016 15:52:26
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Double post

Edited By jonryan on 17/10/2016 15:52:53

Geoff Sleath17/10/2016 16:07:25
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That is truly outrageous! I know the £ is worth less than it was but not quite that much! Those twin propeller models fly really badly. I bought one of those little foamie ones just for fun and it needed zero wind to fly at all.

Geoff

Peter Miller17/10/2016 17:31:25
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Rip of is alive and well!!

David Molineux25/10/2016 10:32:21
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Just seen this. It might just take the prize for most ridiculous price I've ever seen!

Dave

jonryan25/10/2016 10:42:04
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Probably nothing can be done about this. Apart from publicise the fact that this model costs £34.25 from HK.
 

http://www.hobbyking.co.uk/hobbyking/store/__66870__WLToys_F939_PoleCat_400mm_2_4G_4CH_Mode_2_Ready_To_Fly_.html

Edited By jonryan on 25/10/2016 10:42:43

Edited By jonryan on 25/10/2016 10:43:17

Edited By jonryan on 25/10/2016 10:44:18

Edited By jonryan on 25/10/2016 10:45:38

jonryan25/10/2016 10:46:25
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Sorry about all the edits. Computer is sulking

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