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On Thursday, 9 October 2014 00:46:50 UTC-7, Eric Sturgis wrote:
They had those /6 plastic models with an electric motor to make it run with lights for the spark plugs.  That would be so much for to build and have on my desk.

Take a big desk; these models were/are large. I had two new-in-box unbuilt ones, a '61 (red/black/silver) and a much scarcer '64 C-thru variant. Schlepped them around with me through a bunch of moves. Sold 'em earlier this year to an experienced modeller back East, after finally admitting to myself that I will never have the time or patience or modelling skill to do such a kit justice. Still have one more, a complete but partially built '61 red/black/silver with box and instructions. It's in my basement in Seattle; anyone wanna buy?

\6D

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