Some of my customs on display

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Re: Some of my customs on display

Postby Red Baron » 06 Nov 2012 23:21

The Kraken Wakes wrote:oh wow that looks great. interested to see if many people point at your customs and say "oh I had that!"


Thanks TKW. I'm hoping a few locals, memories jogged, might drop in some freebies for me ;) There is still a lot of warmth towards the Palitoy heyday in Coalville. A lot of the older guys I work with (all former mine workers), knew people that worked at Palitoy and recall the happy days of the staff shop where toys were almost given away.
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Re: Some of my customs on display

Postby Shaunyboy » 06 Nov 2012 23:48

HA! Brilliant! The Fisher Price Adventure Team van custom made it in there!! Huge congratulations, a great achievement :)
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Re: Some of my customs on display

Postby humby248 » 07 Nov 2012 00:15

Looks very impressive mate, well done! Hopefully it'll stir some more interest. I must admit I do sometimes think is there anybody still out there alive or their family members (with passed on info) connected with the designing etc
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Re: Some of my customs on display

Postby Monkfish » 07 Nov 2012 02:24

That is really well done, the set up around the stretcher is superb.
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Re: Some of my customs on display

Postby Thundershot » 07 Nov 2012 07:58

Superb! :perfectten:

The :space: H.A.V.O.K looks most impressive.
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Re: Some of my customs on display

Postby The Baron » 07 Nov 2012 09:51

Well done, mate! Please may I add this to the archive?
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Re: Some of my customs on display

Postby Double-Tap » 07 Nov 2012 10:02

Well done, mate.
Looks class, you must be proud as punch.
Love the a medic squad, don't think i've seen them before.
Really chuffed for you.
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Re: Some of my customs on display

Postby meertoh » 07 Nov 2012 12:05

Excellent!

You should sneak a couple of figures into that Treehouse in the other case. :.
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Re: Some of my customs on display

Postby ZForce Loon » 07 Nov 2012 14:12

nicely done and glad to see Sven in the action. Nice to see the customs as well.

we need more of this type of action and get the intrest for the line going again.
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Re: Some of my customs on display

Postby paul463 » 07 Nov 2012 16:40

Excellent stuff, the display looks great. :)
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