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John Walsh05/08/2012 07:13:31
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Has anyone a copy of the plans for a Nor Star 'Kingfisher' -- distributed by KeilKraft around 1971/72 and retailed at £3-58, also any photos of a completed model would be vey helpful.Norstar Kingfisher

Edited By John Walsh on 05/08/2012 07:14:23

captainslog13/09/2012 16:04:33
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captainslog13/09/2012 16:11:06
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Hi John, is that the kingfisher you wanted?cake I`ve got the plan as you can see but nothing else. Built it in 1978 I think then sold it. wish I kept templates of the kit wouldn`t mind another 1> Anyway, I can send the plan to you to copy it but will want it returned please. Let me know what you want to do please. yes capn slog

captainslog26/09/2012 15:24:06
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JOHN JOHN !!!!! get in touch pls cheers keith

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