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kkaster1Sun Mar-01-15 03:18 PM
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#437, "RE: Searching for a 1/350 Minicraft/Academy Titanic PROMENADE DECK WALL LEFT"
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Dave, My name is Kyle. I have the old Korean 1/350 academy/minicraft kit. So its from the short era when they were one company. I went to the minicraft site but it appears that they have changed their spare/replacement parts policy as of 2014. They no longer offer replacement parts for "older" kits, as well you have to provide a receipt from the retailer you bought the kit from. I bought my kit off of Ebay, and its 20+ years old so from what I can tell I will get no help from Minicraft. I thought about scratchbuilding but it will never look as good as the original piece. That's why I was hoping someone would have a spare wall they would like to sell.

  

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Searching for a 1/350 Minicraft/Academy Titanic PROMENADE DECK WALL LEFT [View all] , kkaster1, Sat Feb-28-15 07:56 PM
  RE: Searching for a 1/350 Minicraft/Academy Titanic PROMENADE DECK WALL LEFT, Dave Abate, Mar 01st 2015, #1
RE: Searching for a 1/350 Minicraft/Academy Titanic PROMENADE DECK WALL LEFT, kkaster1, Mar 01st 2015 #2
      RE: Searching for a 1/350 Minicraft/Academy Titanic PROMENADE DECK WALL LEFT, Dave Abate, Mar 01st 2015, #3
           RE: Searching for a 1/350 Minicraft/Academy Titanic PROMENADE DECK WALL LEFT, kkaster1, Mar 01st 2015, #4

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