|Rob Pile||21/06/2019 11:34:32|
|1 forum posts|
On clearing out stuff from my parent’s house, I have found an old part-built model of the above Dutch sea tug. I understand that the model was a little bit of a classic in its day (1982-ish).
I can supply photos if wanted, but in simple terms I’m looking to give the boat away to a good home. It can be collected from the Cheltenham area, or I can send by post or courier (at cost).
There’s an electric motor and a Tamiya battery and charger with the kit, but no RC bits.
If anyone is interested then please get in touch.
|Roger Clark||22/06/2019 10:01:22|
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