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November 14 2004 at 2:36 PM
Phil Radley  (no login)
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Response to other model Rollers

Cromwell do a Roller too, but lets just say i am a very long way from impressed in any way with the service from Cromwell (although the kits i eventually got from them - LK2 and Mk5* - look rather splendid)

I suspect that the Cromwell Roller will so accurately depict a 1924 or 1929 pattern that it would be more difficult to turn it into a 1914 pattern. and you would have to endure Cromwell's indifferent service!!!

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  1. some comparisons for you - Phil Radley on Nov 15, 2004, 1:03 PM
  3. Cromwell... - Peter Kempf on Nov 16, 2004, 11:07 PM

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