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Old 21st September 2012
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http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/CORGI-AA35...item19d509b447

Bin at just over 105.... ?

any thoughts on this model ? I have one, if memory serves it was a 40th birthday present to myself, the Corgi B-25 is lovely and sadly under used like several of the better Corgi molds. It is very very shiney indeed, does it have any fans out there - any who would pay 105 inc P&P ?

Or 8 with 3 days to go ?

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/CORGI-1-72...item1e723e22cd
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I had that one - my first twin engined aircraft, cost me 25, absolutely stellar casting, vowed I'd never sell it, but ended up doing so as I was planning on sticking to ETO schemes.
Regretted it ever since. What an idiot...



Now if I could find another one of these, or the plain green RAF scheme, or Heavenly Body for sensible money, I'd be happy.

KO-B
the BIN "bats" is still there, CORGI 1:72 AA35301 B-25J MITCHELL 'HEAVENLY BODY" is over 50 and the other "bats" at 47.....
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