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henryb07/03/2018 09:32:09
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Is the l.c mason 1'' minnie book worth £78 do you think, or do i risk trying to find a cheaper one?

Edited By henryb on 07/03/2018 09:32:41

Emgee07/03/2018 09:48:22
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It's only worth as much as someone is prepared to pay and personally I wouldn't pay as much, but I am not building the Minnie. If you are building the Minnie and want some guidance on the build it may be money well spent, it is after all a fairly low percentage of the total construction cost.
An alternative may be the actual ME articles detailing the construction.

Emgee

DMB07/03/2018 09:49:22
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Look in your messages

DMB07/03/2018 17:47:45
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Strange goings on. The OP is named as henryb and appears to be asking if he should pay £78 for the book. I sent a pm informing him of my internet search where I found a bookseller offering one for £40. A reply was received from "Colin G" saying that my quote is expensive, he has 2 copies of which he "would be willing to part with one for £30."

1) Why name change?

2)Buyer/Seller/ Scammer? or what?

Try to help but confused by the above. BTW, I am not interested in the book or building the model.

Think I'll just log out and retire to workshop

 

Edited By DMB on 07/03/2018 17:48:47

henryb07/03/2018 18:57:14
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Thanks for the replies. There is one on ebay for sale for 78 With postage but i might as well wait then.

henryb07/03/2018 19:00:41
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Posted by DMB on 07/03/2018 17:47:45:

Strange goings on. The OP is named as henryb and appears to be asking if he should pay £78 for the book. I sent a pm informing him of my internet search where I found a bookseller offering one for £40. A reply was received from "Colin G" saying that my quote is expensive, he has 2 copies of which he "would be willing to part with one for £30."

1) Why name change?

2)Buyer/Seller/ Scammer? or what?

Try to help but confused by the above. BTW, I am not interested in the book or building the model.

Think I'll just log out and retire to workshop

Edited By DMB on 07/03/2018 17:48:47

I had same message from colin g.

JasonB07/03/2018 19:52:24
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Henry, I have sent you a message as DMB was obviously not messaging you what I thought he may have been.

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