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colinlp

EE Thunderbird

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Hi

 

I was wondering if there is or was a kit available for the EE Thunderbird missile? As a child I was taken to watch these things being launched y my father who worked on the Ty Croes army camp whenthey were there in the early 60s. It would be nice to have one as a reminder

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In the distant depths of my failing memory I seem to recall that Accurate Armour did one once.

 

Late Note.  I must have been mistaken.  I can't find any reference to it.

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Thanks

 

Other than Corgi toy ones I haven't been able to find one. I have found plenty of Bloodhounds but that's not what I would like

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Never heard of either the real thing or KFS  before and I think I’m going to have to start saving my pennies!

 

Nice one

 

Graham

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On 11/12/2017 at 16:26, Fishbed said:

Sorry for the delay, what a find, that's awesome thanks, a bit expensive but it's my birthday in February so I can get it then.

 

To me they qualify as the ultimate looking missile, they had one on display as you entered the camp years ago it always gave me a bit of a thrill as we drove past

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Kit Form Services have been around for a decade or more and have a good reputation among truck modellers, truck model bits being their main stock in trade.

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