Accurate Miniatures TBF-1C Instructions needed

Accurate Miniatures TBF-1C Instructions needed

Post by David Penningto » Mon, 29 Sep 2003 19:44:36



Hi there.

I have had this kit for a couple of years or so and have just gopt around to
making it when I found that I have mislaid the instructions. I obviously was
doing the right thing, for once, in reading them thoroughly before making
the kit and not put them back.

If anyone out there has a copy that I could have (maybe they have completed
the kit and don't need the instructions any more) or is willing to copy them
for me i would be extremely grateful. I am in the Uk and would be pleased to
compensate anyone who could help for their time, trouble and costs.


Thanks for any help you can offer.

regards

David

 
 
 

Accurate Miniatures TBF-1C Instructions needed

Post by Milton Bel » Tue, 30 Sep 2003 04:00:39




Quote:
> Hi there.

> I have had this kit for a couple of years or so and have just gopt around to
> making it when I found that I have mislaid the instructions. I obviously was
> doing the right thing, for once, in reading them thoroughly before making
> the kit and not put them back.

> If anyone out there has a copy that I could have (maybe they have completed
> the kit and don't need the instructions any more) or is willing to copy them
> for me i would be extremely grateful. I am in the Uk and would be pleased to
> compensate anyone who could help for their time, trouble and costs.


> Thanks for any help you can offer.

> regards

> David

Have you tried emailing AM directly with your need? In the past they have
been quite helpful.

MB

 
 
 

Accurate Miniatures TBF-1C Instructions needed

Post by David Penningto » Tue, 30 Sep 2003 20:26:12


In fcat, I tried and found that the mail got bounced but later I got an
e-mail from one of the owners of AM suggesting that I try again. That time
it worked and they are sending me one.

Thanks for the advice. BTW, The AM people obviously hang out here and seem
to be very willing to help. I love their kits and now they seem to be a good
company as well!!

Quote:


> > Hi there.

> > I have had this kit for a couple of years or so and have just gopt
around to
> > making it when I found that I have mislaid the instructions. I obviously
was
> > doing the right thing, for once, in reading them thoroughly before
making
> > the kit and not put them back.

> > If anyone out there has a copy that I could have (maybe they have
completed
> > the kit and don't need the instructions any more) or is willing to copy
them
> > for me i would be extremely grateful. I am in the Uk and would be
pleased to
> > compensate anyone who could help for their time, trouble and costs.


> > Thanks for any help you can offer.

> > regards

> > David

> Have you tried emailing AM directly with your need? In the past they have
> been quite helpful.

> MB