FA Airfix Monty'S Humber staff car General Montgomery ww2

FA Airfix Monty'S Humber staff car General Montgomery ww2

Post by Ruthi » Tue, 15 Dec 2009 09:04:56



Airfix, Monty's Humber ,Boxed,unopened parts,plan,transfers etc.
Slightly worn box,otherwise a good sound kit.

http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&rd=1&item=37030175085...

 
 
 

FA Airfix Monty'S Humber staff car General Montgomery ww2

Post by Paul Stevenso » Tue, 15 Dec 2009 18:48:21



Quote:
> Airfix, Monty's Humber ,Boxed,unopened parts,plan,transfers etc.
> Slightly worn box,otherwise a good sound kit.

One and a half lines of description and six*** lines of terms and
conditions!

And its not even on topic.

Paul

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FA Airfix Monty'S Humber staff car General Montgomery ww2

Post by Fred » Wed, 16 Dec 2009 00:04:35


On Mon, 14 Dec 2009 09:48:21 -0000, Paul Stevenson  

Quote:



>> Airfix, Monty's Humber ,Boxed,unopened parts,plan,transfers etc.
>> Slightly worn box,otherwise a good sound kit.

> One and a half lines of description and six*** lines of terms and  
> conditions!

> And its not even on topic.

> Paul

And the fact that it's a commercial seller makes it even worse IMO.

Fred X

 
 
 

FA Airfix Monty'S Humber staff car General Montgomery ww2

Post by John Turne » Thu, 17 Dec 2009 09:29:02


"Ruthie"  wrote

Quote:
> Airfix, Monty's Humber ,Boxed,unopened parts,plan,transfers etc.
> Slightly worn box,otherwise a good sound kit.

> http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&rd=1&item=37030175085...

And the relevence to model railways?  Go away and spam elsewhere.

John,

 
 
 

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Post by LDosse » Thu, 17 Dec 2009 17:19:02



Quote:

> "Ruthie"  wrote

>> Airfix, Monty's Humber ,Boxed,unopened parts,plan,transfers etc.
>> Slightly worn box,otherwise a good sound kit.

>> http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&rd=1&item=37030175085...

> And the relevence to model railways?

A vehicle. A Scenery item.

Quote:
> Go away and spam elsewhere.

Isn't spam banned in the UK?
Quote:

> John,

 
 
 

FA Airfix Monty'S Humber staff car General Montgomery ww2

Post by manatba.. » Thu, 17 Dec 2009 18:27:58



Quote:
> On Mon, 14 Dec 2009 09:48:21 -0000, Paul Stevenson ?




> >> Airfix, Monty's Humber ,Boxed,unopened parts,plan,transfers etc.
> >> Slightly worn box,otherwise a good sound kit.

> > One and a half lines of description and six*** lines of terms and ?
> > conditions!

> > And its not even on topic.

> > Paul

> And the fact that it's a commercial seller makes it even worse

Why? Commercial adverts are specifically allowed by the group charter.

MBQ

 
 
 

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Post by Trev » Thu, 17 Dec 2009 19:00:09



Quote:

>> On Mon, 14 Dec 2009 09:48:21 -0000, Paul Stevenson




>> >> Airfix, Monty's Humber ,Boxed,unopened parts,plan,transfers etc.
>> >> Slightly worn box,otherwise a good sound kit.

>> > One and a half lines of description and six*** lines of terms and
>> > conditions!

>> > And its not even on topic.

>> > Paul

>> And the fact that it's a commercial seller makes it even worse

> Why? Commercial adverts are specifically allowed by the group charter.

> MBQ

But does E Bay

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Post by John Turne » Fri, 18 Dec 2009 04:35:21



Quote:
> Why? Commercial adverts are specifically allowed by the group charter.

The charter requires them to be on-topic.  A 1/32nd scale scale is really
stretchung that relevence.

John.

 
 
 

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Post by manatba.. » Fri, 18 Dec 2009 18:45:15



Quote:

> > Why? Commercial adverts are specifically allowed by the group charter.

> The charter requires them to be on-topic. ?A 1/32nd scale scale is really
> stretchung that relevence.

Given the innaccuracies we tolerate, it's close enough to G scale to
be relevant.

MBQ

 
 
 

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Post by John Turne » Sat, 19 Dec 2009 17:58:07



Quote:
> Given the innaccuracies we tolerate, it's close enough to G scale to
> be relevant.

Not sure there's any such scale.  If you mean G-gauge that encompasses a
gross variety of scales.

John.

 
 
 

FA Airfix Monty'S Humber staff car General Montgomery ww2

Post by manatba.. » Sat, 19 Dec 2009 18:09:04



Quote:

> > Given the innaccuracies we tolerate, it's close enough to G scale to
> > be relevant.

> Not sure there's any such scale. ?If you mean G-gauge that encompasses a
> gross variety of scales.

> John.

Sorry, badly worded on my part.

MBQ

 
 
 

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Post by John Nuttal » Sat, 19 Dec 2009 19:36:56




Quote:

> > Given the innaccuracies we tolerate, it's close enough to G scale to
> > be relevant.

> Not sure there's any such scale. If you mean G-gauge that encompasses a
> gross variety of scales.

> John.

Sorry, badly worded on my part.

MBQ

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Gauge 1 has two accepted standard scales, namely 10 mm = 1 foot (1:30.48)
and 3/8 inch = 1 foot (1:32).

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Regards

John

 
 
 

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Post by John Turne » Sat, 19 Dec 2009 22:31:58


"John Nuttall"  wrote

Quote:
> Gauge 1 has two accepted standard scales, namely 10 mm = 1 foot (1:30.48)
> and 3/8 inch = 1 foot (1:32).

As far as I'm aware the UK 'standard' for Gauge 1 is 10mm:1ft scale.

It's very much minority interest however.

John.

 
 
 

FA Airfix Monty'S Humber staff car General Montgomery ww2

Post by beamend » Sat, 19 Dec 2009 23:09:08


Quote:

> "John Nuttall"  wrote

>> Gauge 1 has two accepted standard scales, namely 10 mm = 1 foot
>> (1:30.48) and 3/8 inch = 1 foot (1:32).

> As far as I'm aware the UK 'standard' for Gauge 1 is 10mm:1ft scale.

> It's very much minority interest however.

> John.

As I found out when trying to decide between G1 and O, it's moving that
way, but there's still plenty of 3/8in out there (one kit manufacturer
does both scales!) - notably Bachmann Brass (though new models will be
10mm I believe). There's also Aristocraft's uk outline which is different
again....

I've just checked the Gauge 1 Society's web page and they still adhere to
both scales, but I have to question their assertion that both major
scales can work together - they might work, but look wrong.

Cheers
Richard

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