boronia wrote:Picked mine up from the PO today.
# 095 for 3140
# 127 for 3225
Unfortunately 3140 has a broken off bumper bar, so will be going back.
Bairstow wrote:I noticed on the TG website that the prices for the next releases have been reduced from $165 to $125. I hope it will allow more collectors to be able to buy them
boronia wrote:The best way to get more collectors to buy them is to make more.
150 is not many at all.
Ray wrote:You can also purchase these models at Hobbyco Sydney for a $15 mark up on the online price. I've just bought both Mk 5s - superb craftsmanship. I wish these guys would make a Mark 2 - my fears about the "toy" Trux version ruining the market for a serious Mk 2 model appear to have been justified.
Either I'm seeing things, or Ray said 550 as in five hundred & fifty!Ray wrote:Now where am I going to find the space for 550 models....
Dial 000 wrote:Well, it took a little longer than I had originally thought but, these models have made it on to evil bay. Currently $51, advertised for sale by someone at Leichhardt. My guess is the Museum. Be interesting to see what price they achieve and to see if their sales, (I'm guessing they have more than 1 set), will sink the 2nd hand market.
sta wrote:Could I ask what does the Mk 1 look like, because I've never seen one before.
sta wrote:could i ask what does the mk I look like,cause i never seen one before..
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