[WWI] Squadron Flyer for August

Jamie Gagnon jamie.gagnon at primus.ca
Sun Jul 29 16:52:56 EDT 2012


 Hi Bud;
 It ain't August yet, Bud.
 ;-)
 Jamie
 On Sun 29/07/12 13:45 , coyotemagic at comcast.net sent:
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	Hi, Mike.  When I go to Squadron's site, these prices don't show up.
 Is there a code I have to enter? 

	Cheers, 

	Bud
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	From: "Mike Vice" 
 To: wwi at wwi-models.org
 Sent: Saturday, July 28, 2012 10:50:25 PM
 Subject: [WWI] Squadron Flyer for August
	OK, folks, here's the latest-- 

	                1/72: 

	                1.  They may not be very good, but they're surely
cheap, so if you've willing to cut and scrape:  Airfix R.E.8 and Alb.
D.Va, was $6.99, sale $3.99 (43% off) 

	                2.  The usual suspects for Roden fighters, etc., but
they're now $1.00 cheaper:  Alb. D.I, Alb. D.II, Alb. D.II OEFFAG
S.53, Alb. D.III OEFFAG S.153 (Late), Fok. D.VI, Fok. F.I and Dr.I,
Fok. E.V/D.VIII, Junkers D.I, Pfalz D.III, were $11.99, sale $5.99
(45% off) 

	                3.  (A tweener) RS Models Curtiss Hawk II
Floatplane, was $27.95, sale $12.99 (54% off) 

	                1/48: 

	                1.  Eduard Alb. D.III OEFFAG 153 (Weekend), was
$22.95, sale $11.99 (48% off) 

	                2.  Roden, various 

	                                B.E.2c, was $32.99, sale $17.99 (45%
off) 

	                                D.H.9, was $36.95, sale $19.99 (46%
off) 

	                                D.H.4 Puma or D.H.4 RAF3a, were
$37.99, sale $19.99 (47% off) 

	                                Bristol F.2b Mk.IV, was $33.99, sale
$13.99 (59% off!) 

	                1/32: 

	                1.  Roden, various 

	                                Spad S.VII.C1, was $64.99, sale
$33.99 (48% off) 

	                                Sopwith Triplane, was $74.95, sale
$33.99 (55% off, but be prepared to buy some extra resin)      

	                                Nieuport 24bis, was $74.99, sale
$36.99 (51% off) 

	                Per usual, jes' tryin' to he'p! 

	                                                Mike 
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