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BUY, SALE, OR TRADE


 


Hello Gentlemen


 


   I have been thinking about an addition  to our AWESOME site, a place to buy, sale, or trade models, books, magazines figures etc., dealing with our hobby.


  I have talked it over with Peter and he agreed it was a great idea. I think it would be a great way to promote our hobby as well as help each other out.


  I know I have duplicates of things I would be willing to sale or trade, I am also willing to help search for things one may want at my local Hobby Stores and Model Shows, all you have to do is list the items wanted.


 


Even though we have friends and members in quite a few countries, I am sure we can work out something between each other, that would be applicable, like a trade etc.,


“That you can work out between the seller and interested party”


 


“LEGAL ISSUES”


  Ok ok, I know, boring stuff!!!!, but it has to be addressed.  LANDSHIPS, PETER KEMPF (Owner) or I TIM RIGSBY (Forum Moderator) hold no responsibility to any item listed in this section for sale, or trade, for its condition, shipment issues, prices, money or merchandise exchange. All responsibility lies with the buyer, seller and trader involved “SOLEY”


( In other words take your issues up with each other off the forum)


 


Hopefully, since we are all gentlemen here, no such issues will arise.


 


So with this said, let’s make this a positive thing, I encourage you all to dig through your stuff, and keep an eye open for interesting thing to post for sale or trade.


All the Best


Tim Rigsby


 



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Hi gentlemen!


I am selling some WW1-related kits on Ebay right now (www.ebay.com) under the nickname josseposse, in the section Toys & Hobbies, Models, kits, Military, Armor.


1 AER 76mm Putilov & tractor
1 LOT of 5 WW1 Arty kits in white metal
1 Modelkrak Russo-Balt
2 Kora A7V kits (Röchling & Krupp variants)
1 LOT of 2 FT-17 kits, one of them a rare Retromodels resin kit


All are 1/72-76.

Plus 2 kits of WW2 interest: the most interesting one a rare ESCI 1/72 Semovente SP Gun



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good idea mate.

I think that photos/images of the models is a must or at least a link to a site that shows photos for the people like myself who arent overly familiar with these sort of models.

good luck!

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Hi All , I'm looking to dispose of 4 Boxes of Revell 2504 WW1 German infantry complete on sprues in boxes and I'm open to offers for either sale or trade, anyone interested should contact me via the private messages on this forum..

These figures mix very well with the 2 emhar sets....

If you dont know what these figures look like check out plastic soldier review:

http://www.plasticsoldierreview.com/Review.asp?manu=REV&code=02504

Cheers

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Hi All, Also for sale or trade 2 ex Toko Sopwith Snipes(Eastern Express) complete in boxes with decals these kits are suitable for The Russian Civil war1919 as they represent the later aircraft.....makes up into a very nice model...

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Hi ... I'm looking for a copy of the Armada softcover on WWI tanks. It has a great series of drawings for the Mark V tanks that I'd like to find.

Please contact me at nailcreek@hotmail.com

Thanks!

Kerry

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That would be a great addition to the site, I think. However the majority builds 1/72 scale armour. It would also be beneficial if reliable dealers of 1/35 armour could be quoted. I already got the tip about Jadar Models which proved to be very useful and of course their are the recommendations on this site, but more information is always useful.

Arlo 



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Anyone out there willing to sell me a MK V* from Cromwell in 1/76 (unbuilt)?

Michel Boer

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Michel,

i dont have a five star to sell (just made mine and trying to photograph it), but cromwell have made some changes:
 
1. i bought from them recently and the service was fast!!!
2. they have a new range called 'combat direct 1/76'

i dont think these changes have been shown on their website.

in their new range (combat direct 1/76) the mark five star price has dropped substantially from £24 down to £14.50.


however, you dont get the choice of sponsons or the two crew figures.


'CD109' is the male version, and 'CD110' is the female version, and there isnt a composite (hermaphrodite) version. and i think (if the mark eight i received is typical) the kit will be mostly completed, with only a few hatches to be stuck on.

not sure if this helps, but the price drop makes the kit more realistically priced.



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I got my Mk V* from their stand at the Glasgow show recently,it does seem simplified from the one Peter reviews i.e no unditching beam rails.I was offered a choice of male or female versions.
Did any one see the Wilfred Owen documentary,footage of the tanks looked like MkVIIIs on exercise,an excellent programme.
TTFN

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Well...
Just getting started, so need kits to experiment with.
Would prefer to buy 1/72 kits only but will consider 1/76 as well.

I live in Finland.
Paypal payment would be the easiest but for larger lots other options could be arranged.

Catch me here nurmi.mikko-at-pp.nic.fi
Or PM if this formus allows it (not sure as I'm new here).

Many thanks,
Mikko


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Welcome to the Forum!

before taking to those desperate measures, have you looked at this page with the suppliers available?

http://www.landships.freeservers.com/suppliers.htm

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Thanks!
Yes I did.
Also...I managed to get my hands on one of the 1/72 Emhar kits last weekend.
That detail is just too delicate.
I think I'll be taking the 1/35 route after all. Scratchbuilding/detailing/weathering in that scale is so much easier. Availability is an issue, but I do not finish that many models per year that this would become a problem.

Thanks,
Mikko

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Hi guys,

I'm trying to track down a 1/76 Airfix Mk.I - they're as scarce as hen's teeth here in Australia.

All the best,

Aaron

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Good luck, Aaron. They're as scarce as hen's teeth everywhere. Airfix discontinued them in 2006 (I think) shortly before going under (again). Maybe one day they'll release it again, possibly as a Mk II or maybe even a supply tank. Seems like they're re-releasing the old kits with a few more parts added.
If you really need one soon, about the only place to look is the Bay of e.

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Hello there, I'm new here and an avid WWI German Army modeler. I am currently searching the wide web over referred here from smallscale.de and was told that this would be the place to find what I'm looking for. I seek rare and discontinued Fine Scale Factory models of the following flavors:

FSFWE016
German trench raiders with dog

FSFWE009
Artillery transport with figure

FSFWE015
German artillery spotting wagon

FSFWE014
German gun shells and grenades

FSFWE008
German heavy howitzer 42cm Big Bertha

FSFWE012
German medium field wagon (looking for 2)

FSFWE010
German ammo trailer

If you have any of these and would like to donate, please email me at landkomtur.theorder@gmail.com or by posting a reply to me here on this forum, and  we can arrange some sort of thing through paypal.
Thanks for your time, Josh.

-- Edited by FR73 on Friday 19th of March 2010 04:56:30 AM

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Hi, I agree with your ideas. It really needs our appreciation.

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Hello FR73.

Have you tried 7th Kompany in Portugal?

http://www.7thkompany.com/

They do mail order, and may have some old, unsold, FSF stock.

Good luck.

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They only had one that I was looking for, thanks for your help


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Hi there, I saw your ad on the forum regarding duplicates, and was wondering if you had any fine scale factory models to donate for a list of what I'm looking for please see my post on this forum. Thank you, Josh.

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on that note i tried to go to the site , landship  but it says the site has been closed to billing issues   thought you might want to know

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THE FRENCHMAN wrote:

on that note i tried to go to the site , landship  but it says the site has been closed to billing issues   thought you might want to know



Indeed, and thanks, it is a matter of concern - there is a topic on the matter:
http://www.activeboard.com/forum.spark?aBID=63528&p=3&topicID=34620696

[edit, link activated]

-- Edited by Rectalgia on Friday 26th of March 2010 05:38:20 AM

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How much would the Russo-Balt be?

                
               
 

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Are you looking for the plastic one or a multimedia?Resin kit?

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In 1/72nd scale, you can try the webshops of Jadar or Tracks & Troops, who sell the Modelkrak Russo Balt. It's a resin model of very high quality and worth every penny.

Michel.

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From Plasticsoldierreview.com

Set 52
LW Russo-Balt 1914 (Plastic kit)




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"Die abgehobene Aubergine - Westfront 1916-1918"

http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=140435717827&ssPageName=STRK:MESELX:IT

"In luftigen Höhen - Westfront 1916-1918"

http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=140435709145&ssPageName=STRK:MESELX:IT


"The last duel - Western front November 1918"

http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=140435750369&ssPageName=STRK:MESELX:IT

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German Balloon with Magirus truck

http://cgi.ebay.de/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=140435709145

German Balloon with Daimler/Opel truck

http://cgi.ebay.de/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=140435709145

K-Wagen/Ft-17 Diorama

http://cgi.ebay.de/1-Wk-Diorama-Panzer-K-Wagen-Ft-17-Infanterie-1-72-/140435750369

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Very nice K-Wagen dio. I love sort of duel between the two officers...

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LK II with Sturmtruppen:

http://cgi.ebay.de/1-Wk-Diorama-dt-Panzer-LK-II-Infanterie-1-72-WW1-/140437906647

Magirus Ambulance:

http://cgi.ebay.de/1-Wk-Diorama-Magirus-LKW-Ambulanz-Sanitater-1-72-WW1-/140435794005




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http://cgi.ebay.de/1-Wk-Flak-LKW-Kraftwagen-Geschutz-Soldaten-1-72-WW1-/140438265803

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Not exactly WW1, but for those who like peculiar inter-war vehicles:

Impressive scratchbuilt Tatra T18 armored draisine (railway trolley) for use on large track size G (Lehmann etc. tracks).

The armored draisine is controllabe on same-current tracks and is a unique replica of the Tatra T18 draisine made with 1930s camo-scheme metal handles and grips and (hand) moveable turret.

The Polish Army ordered six Tatra T18 armored trolleys in 1926 to support their armored trains
as reconnaissance vehicles, and a single example was ordered by the Czechoslovak armored
battalion at Milovice [...]. Thisparticular vehicle was later seized by the Germans, serving with PZ 1, and a captured Polish
T18 was used with PZ 7. (Source: Zaloga - Armored Trains (Osprey))

http://cgi.ebay.de/2-Wk-Tatra-T18-Panzer-Draisine-Panzerzug-Spur-G-fahrbar-/140439640012

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Selling a couple of WW1 items in 1/72 - 1/76 - 20mm scale:
  • http://cgi.ebay.de/Konvolut-Weltkrieg-1-Zinnfiguren-20mm-MGs-/280550652175?pt=Standmodelle_Baus%C3%A4tze
  • http://cgi.ebay.de/Konvolut-Weltkrieg-1-Figuren-1-72-/280550647956?pt=Standmodelle_Baus%C3%A4tze
I've also got the following pre-WW2 stuff to offer - prefer trading to moving money around:
  • Revell Royal Horse Artilley 1815 (complete on sprue in box)
  • Strelets Crimean War British Heavy Dragoons (complete, loose in box)
  • Matchbox Renault FT17 tracks: one complete set of soft plastic tracks
  • Lledo Days Gone DG 16 Dennis Parcels Van, Diecast Van with Hudson's Dry Soap advertisement "Used in all the Happy Homes of England"
  • HäT WW1 German Heavy Weapons set (this is not the complete set but only one of the four identical sprues: 18 figures with a dog, several types of machine guns, mortars, AT guns and other weapons; comes without box)
  • HäT WW1 Russian Heavy Weapons set (this is not the complete set but only one of the four identical sprues: 25 figures to crew the included weapons which are one Maxim MG on Sokolov carriage, one 47 mm Lihonin mortar and one 58 mm mortar; comes without box)
  • Atlantic machine guns (no crew): one machine gun for the 1/72 Japanese infantry set (2 parts: barrel, triod), one machine gun for the 1/72 Afrikakorps set, one machine gun for the 1/72 Indian set

 

If you're into WW2, I've quite a lot of other figures and armour in the same scale to trade but since this is not a WW2 forum, please contact me via Landships whiteboard or Landships private messaging if interested. I'm in Euro-land. Thank you.

 



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Selling a couple of WW1 heavy infantry weapons and figures (white metal & plastic) in 1/72 - 1/76 - 20mm scale:
http://cgi.ebay.de/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=280555289172

Got the following pre-WW2 stuff to offer as well - prefer trading:
* Revell Royal Horse Artilley 1815 (complete on sprue in box)
* Matchbox Renault FT17 tracks: one complete set of soft plastic tracks
* Lledo Days Gone DG 16 Dennis Parcels Van, Diecast Van with Hudson's Dry Soap advertisement "Used in all the Happy Homes of England"

I've quite a lot of WW2 figures and armour in the same scale to trade but since this is not a WW2 forum, please contact me via Landships whiteboard or Landships private messaging if interested. I'm in Euro-land. Thank you.

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A scratchbuilt vacu airship with two motors and bomber fuselage:

http://cgi.ebay.de/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=140456644121

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1/72 British lorry/truck with AA gun and MG plus observation baloon:

http://cgi.ebay.de/1-Wk-Diorama-brit-Ballon-Luftschiff-Flak-Kfz-Auto-LKW-/140460659611

1/72 German observation baloon with artillery position and cavalry

http://cgi.ebay.de/1-Wk-Diorama-dt-Ballon-Artillerie-Kavallerie-Soldaten-/140458198582

1/72 German and American infantry fighting with Ft 17 tank

http://cgi.ebay.de/1-Wk-Diorama-US-Ft-17-Panzer-dt-Infanterie-Revell-Hat-/140460202058


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1.Wk Diorama dt. Panzer A7V+Infanterie US HäT Revell
Village with German A7V Sturmpanzerwagen with German and US Infantry

http://cgi.ebay.de/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=140489374772&ssPageName=STRK:MESELX:IT

1.Wk Diorama dt Flugplatz Fokker LKW FlaK Soldaten WW1
German airfield with Fokker Dr.1 and AA-truck

http://cgi.ebay.de/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=140489381765&ssPageName=STRK:MESELX:IT

1.Wk Diorama dt. Kutsche Sanitäter Ambulanz Lazarett
German horse-drawn ambulance diorama

http://cgi.ebay.de/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=140489385566&ssPageName=STRK:MESELX:IT



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Hello Again to all, Anyone know where I could get a pair of Cromwell models LK-II kits second hand, I don't want to go through Cromwell itself, they never reply, and I only get newsletters. Finescalemodeler forum says Alot of people have trouble with ordering from him. Any suggestions?

Regards, Josh

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Hi Josh I think this is a problem with some of the cottage industry.... bad communication with their market and in this case no website either... the only thing I can suggest is finding an online retailer who has what you want, problems with Cromwell seem so common it doesnt seem worthwhile ordering direct...


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You might be in luck. Whilst on a random walk through webland I found a German retailer who sells Cromwell Models stuff, but only the German stuff. It was of no use to me, so I walked on, and I forget where I was, now. But they shouldn't be too difficult to find (my search terms are usually obvious, such as "German Model Shops selling Cromwell Models" for example, maybe translated into a different language, just for jolly). 

Hope this helps.

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