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Old 3 September 2009, 05:33 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Oops! Bought the wrong kit.

Yesterday down at the hobby shop I saw an Eduard Profipack SPAD XIII for C$25.99. I squeeeeeeeeed and bounced up and downlike the SPAD fangirl I am and snapped it up!

My happy bouncy mood lasted all the way home until I noticed the little tiny print on the side of the box: 1/72 Now, I'm not prejudiced at all against 1/72 kits, but the rest of my WW I collection is in 1/48 and this dear little kit just won't feel at home at all amongst all those big bullies

Would some kind person like to provide my little SPAD a home? I'll consider trading it for another kit of similar value (1/48 please), some nifty decals or at last resort small rectangular green crinkly bits of paper (or more likely the International Banking System's common substitute for same). Sorry, I don't do paypal
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Old 3 September 2009, 07:34 PM   #2 (permalink)
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I've got the old Dragon Spad kit in 1/48 scale. It has been opened, as has the shrinkwrap. I probably washed the sprues, I really don't remember, but that's the only reason I can think of that I would have opened the shrinkwrap. Anyway all parts are on the sprue, I have done no work on it other than to wash it. I think I also have some aftermarket decals around.

If you want to trade, I'd be up for it. I prefer 1/72 to 1/48.
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Old 3 September 2009, 07:43 PM   #3 (permalink)
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If you want to trade, I'd be up for it. I prefer 1/72 to 1/48.
If you're happy that it's a fair trade, certainly. Let's take the arranging to PM, shall we?
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Old 3 September 2009, 11:55 PM   #4 (permalink)
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Good Trade!
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A good trade is when both sides are happ-appears that this is one -is this forum not a great place !
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