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Posted By: Maz Woolley
Posted On: Friday November 24, 2017 at 2:08 PM
They will be too expensive
Cars not done like Rootes Arrow range would be potential models but won't go at 120 quid. Rolls Models might but with Oxford doing very acceptable models at less than a quarter of the price I think even they will stick.

I think that by and large any models costing over 100 uk pounds need to be of stand out special cars not modelled before and there are fewer and fewer of those.

Look at eBay you can get lots of gems and cobwebs and Lansdownes for around 70 uk pounds and resin detailed models from matrix and others new for around 80 uk pounds. New Lansdownes at 120 plus just look too dear.

If you want to discuss further happy to take this offline.

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Which models would you like to see in the Lansdowne Range? by Mike Coupe #23373
Lansdowne by renato camesasca #23373.1
Yes. MG 1300 (EOM) by John Kuliak #23373.1.1
Cortina Estate? Already got one... by Harvey Goranson #23373.1.2
I think the problem with the BMC 1100s is by Mike Coupe #23373.1.2.1
Lansdowne "life" by Al Stack #23373.2
I spoke with Nigel on Monday Al by Mike Coupe #23373.2.1
They will be too expensive by Maz Woolley #23373.2.1.1
The suggestions seem llke they'd be more up Frederic Cros's Silas Models alley. by Harvey Goranson #23373.
Harv, he is - the latest model is still available the 1964 Herald 1200 estate (EOM) by Chris Sweetman #23373.
I specifically chose these cars Maz because, by Mike Coupe #23373.

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