This is a 2nd try - the first post had an issue with the way I pasted in the pics instead of uploading them. It's going to take FOREVER to upload pics, and I'm not doing this for a profit - so I'm attaching the PDF to this post.
I had some issues with a PDF attachment not going through email to some people, so I offered to post this up. Please note there are NO prices listed. I look at recent "sold" prices on eBay to determine a current 'street value' and then go from there. As I've said before, no reasonable offer is refused!
There are THREE kits here that honestly I don't care if I ever sell them or not. :-) They have sentimental value to me, or are something that have other value. (the two Chevy Sport pickups and the Mad Max car).
Now, on to the 'stuff'. There are lots of pics, so please be patient with the page loading…
Also - if you need to see any more pics of specific ones, let me know! Glad to do so!
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Model Kits for sale - updated 12/14/16
Monday, December 12, 2016
My 12 of 12 - actually a bit more than 12
First one of the day - took a snap shot of my HAM rig in the truck...
Next, the current book I'm reading - it's the lead up to the new movie! Yes, I have tickets bought already - Thursday night at 7. :-)
Took none during the day - but took a pic of Vanessa during our supper at Chick Fil A -
And here's MY cup of tea...
The next ones are pics of model cars and 'stuff' that I found in a box. I added them to my 'for sale' list. If you'd like to see the whole thing, let me know! No reasonable offer refused!
This is 'Interior Junk' - stuff you'd see in the car seat or maybe the floorboard. :-)
This is one of my favorite kits! I have two of them. This one I had started. You can see all the subassemblies and parts, etc. in separate bags!
Here's a copy of the Green Hornet I picked up! Never got around to building it either...
Unopened bottle of brush cleaner... Since I paint exclusively with acrylics now I have no need for this.
Styrene is great for scratch building! This is 'diamond plate' I was going to use for utility stuff (bumpers, flat bed decking, etc.).
One of the best deals you can get is the odds & ends assortment! Had sheets, rods, tubes, etc.
One of the projects I never got to was a duel wheel pickup with a home made flat or stake bed. These are resin copies of the duel wheels for the back and singles for the front. Was going to be a ton truck very much like those my dad drove.
Flocking - for 'carpet'
Have three or so copies of this kit! This is one I started. This was my dream car for years. Pretty much gave up on it now though...
And last, some pipettes - these are great for moving paint from one bottle to another. Again, with using acrylics and not using an airbrush it's not something I figure I'll ever use.