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' Mysterious Moose Mountain ' - 1:35n2 - pt.II
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 Posted: Thu Jan 11th, 2018 11:41 pm
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And even Updah has a dig where UPS (Updah's Palaeontology Society)members are hoping the find is a Diddesaurus - but the diggers are saying it's more likely to have been one of the gold panner's mules past its sell by date!

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 Posted: Sat Jan 13th, 2018 09:04 am
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Just one more word on the wagon kits. :old dude:


For anyone who just wants 1 wagon, horses & figures.

This is currently available at a very reasonable price indeed ! :)

See the previous << Page for photos of the sprues in this kit.





There are other 1:35 wagon kits around, by 'MiniArt' and 'MasterBox' etc.

Some don't come with any horses or figures.

They are often more costly than this one & sometimes a bit overly fragile as well. :f:


Yer pays yer money & takes yer chuck wagon ! ;)



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That's a little more reasonable in price.  I just might break down and get one.



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 Posted: Tue Jan 16th, 2018 10:36 am
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" I just might break down and get one."


Hi Michael :wave:


I'm sure it would be the kind of breakdown one could enjoy ! ;)

Of course, forget the high RRPs from expensive retailers as usual & wait for a steal of a deal on eBay ...

... does wonders for the ol' wallet ! :P



Having looked at LOADS of 1:35 kits over the last couple of years ...

... it took me an absolute ETERNITY to come across that ^^ one !



Probably due to the fact that 'Schwerer Heeresfeldwagen' are not words I often use much ! :shocked:

They've even spelt Horse & Wagon wrong, so no 'normal' searches ever picked up on it.

Potentially good for the tight-wad eBay customer, looking for some bargain Heeres meat though. :)



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