Thesman106Man, having two expensive hobbies. Thank God for being single!
Gold LeaderYeah well repairing it did do me some good to some extent and getting 56 GBP back about 65 Euro's or 72.58 USD back, I accepted on what it is.But then again if the seller would of listed the defects I would of avoided it as every other collector would of, the nonsense reply of it being made in the Phillipines, even if it was I had many models come from there that did not have a single scratch.Some sellers will always try to talk their ways out of it, but I won't fall for such excuses.they even have over 6900 feedback points but if looking at the negatives even there are only 2, the same situaion has happened to some one else.https://feedback.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewFeedback2&userid=bundys-aviation-books-and-models&iid=153143060961&de=off&items=25&searchInterval=30&which=negative&interval=365&_trkparms=negative_365So yeah that is pretty sad and disappointing to see.I am not one that would bash sellers without a reason but with the evidence I have I will avoid this seller from now on.
Gold LeaderYeah better than the 30GBP they offered me at first, I mean they can always try, but I won't fall for their wishes.Plus I am glad that my repair methods worked out for for the main landing gear & nose landing gear, it looks a lot better now and less bad.
rjohnson11That is very good news
DukmanOut of curiosity I headed over to eBay to see how hard it is to find things like your 747's and how much they can run price wise.I ended up buying two diecast1/72 WWII aircraft myself.
Knightvipersome nice new additions there mate