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While it's in my mind Mr R, do you happen to have any Matchbox VW T25 ambulances kicking about? I may have already asked but have no doubt forgotten. I'm sure I've only ever seen them as ambulances but I'm looking for one or two as part of a modelling project of sorts which I suspect I'll never finish.

 

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While it's in my mind Mr R, do you happen to have any Matchbox VW T25 ambulances kicking about? I may have already asked but have no doubt forgotten. I'm sure I've only ever seen them as ambulances but I'm looking for one or two as part of a modelling project of sorts which I suspect I'll never finish.

 

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If Eddy doesn't have any,let me know.I've got 2 here which I don't need.

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While it's in my mind Mr R, do you happen to have any Matchbox VW T25 ambulances kicking about? I may have already asked but have no doubt forgotten. I'm sure I've only ever seen them as ambulances but I'm looking for one or two as part of a modelling project of sorts which I suspect I'll never finish.

 

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Bizarrely enough I have a tatty one on top of the shelf in the garage. It’s yours for postage!

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Eddie, I have a couple outstanding, can you make it up to another £10 (including postage) with random American cars please? Then let me know and I'll PayPal you on Friday when I get paid. Thank you

Yes, I can do that, consider the box on its way.

 

Next up, Ramrods “lucky bags”

There's a thought.  Would anyone be up for this?  Random boxes of 10, fiver including postage?

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Good to see this is making progress. I am super happy with the Chrysler 300B, it is a beauty.

 

My mate who passed away in December has hundreds of cars, van and so on. All in drawers or in display cabinets. he spent thousands I imagine. However, he didn't keep the boxes which seemingly renders then worthless his wife has been told.

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Kits are a funny one soo fragile and it appears if you make them its a sin :shock:

 

Then you worry about them getting damaged

 

That Said I would still kill for a Frog Cortina and a decent Mustang II kit but past that im with you :mrgreen:

 

Im begining to find a weight being lifted from me as I ditch stuff from my past,im heading towards a Diecast future I blame Eddy :lol:

 

 

The next I'll dispose off is the majority of my bicycle collection.

But being a cunt instead of stupid, I'll wait until Easter for that.

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While it's in my mind Mr R, do you happen to have any Matchbox VW T25 ambulances kicking about? I may have already asked but have no doubt forgotten. I'm sure I've only ever seen them as ambulances but I'm looking for one or two as part of a modelling project of sorts which I suspect I'll never finish.

 

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Y0, I may have one in the loft. I'll check and if I do it's yours.

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I agree, by the way: I'm also sure I've only seen them as ambulances.  I remember buying at least two and I know that's what they were; however now they are half-done conversions into single-cab pickups.  Why?  Because where I worked 30 years ago we had two on the fleet, A369 GFV and C279 KCK.

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I agree, by the way: I'm also sure I've only seen them as ambulances. I remember buying at least two and I know that's what they were; however now they are half-done conversions into single-cab pickups. Why? Because where I worked 30 years ago we had two on the fleet, A369 GFV and C279 KCK.

We ran two as well; NLT 923V was one, can't remember the other... it was a W-reg. Was offered the pair for 250 quid in 2007 and I knocked them back 'cos I had nowhere to physically put them. From memory they hadn't even done 20k miles between them.

 

They looked a bit like these...

 

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