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 Post subject: Re: Britfix's Portfolio
PostPosted: Fri 02 Dec 2016 23:31 pm 
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Hello Britfix. Can I congratulate you on your super conversions. It takes me back to the heady days of the early 60s- building and converting aurora, monogram and Revell 1/32nd car kits for slot racing! I remember converting (I think Revell) ford thunderbird with TWO can motors giving 4 wheel drive, boy was it fast! youve got me searching now for old airfix mercedes and auto union slotties (always my favourites). I thought I was "CLEAN" but now I am hooked again. I cant go through cold turkey again and its all your fault!. PS have you released the ford vans as semi kits?. If so, how much?. regards, Walter


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 Post subject: Re: Britfix's Portfolio
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Excellent cars, Britfix. :wow:

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 Post subject: Re: Britfix's Portfolio
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A lovely portfolio. :thumb:

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 Post subject: Re: Britfix's Portfolio
PostPosted: Sat 12 Aug 2017 09:54 am 
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I've only just discovered your portfolio Britfix, and wow, what a collection of gems it is. Inspiring work; well done.
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Piers

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 Post subject: Re: Britfix's Portfolio
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Some really nice motors here, amazing!

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