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ndg1979Sun Oct-23-16 01:00 PM
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#470, "Considering selling my models"


          

Hello Forum,

For various reasons, I am considering selling the 2 models (both 1:350 scale) I have of Titanic. I attempted to upload pictures, but apparently they are too big (taken with my cell phone). I very much wish I could have built these as I have loved the story of the titanic since it was found when I was 6 years old. Alas, time has just not been on my side so I am looking at parting with them.

I am interested in knowing how much to value these models at? They are both Minicraft and one is the deluxe anniversary edition with brass parts. The other I bought as a parts model. Both are complete. The deluxe model still has all parts in their bags, only the outside plastic is missing. The older Minicraft parts model is complete and was started with string rigged to the boat deck but not much else was done.

There is no desire to overcharge for these item, but I also wish to receive a fair value for them. They are located in Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania, United states. Please feel free to send me an e-mail at ndg7479@gmail.com with your suggestions or a text message at (724)513-1792. I can also send pictures to those that desire them. Thank you.

Nathan Goughnour

  

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