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No more WW1 kits at Panzershop?

July 18 2007 at 5:19 PM
Karl Heinz Pfarr  (Login stahl33)
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I noticed today at the Panzershop website that beside the Medium B tank,the rest is gone!
I was about to order a Mk1 female tank!!!!!
Lucky i am i have a gun carrier in my hands.
Anyone know more about this? would be bad news.....

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mike foncannon
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Panzershop still in production

July 22 2007, 7:48 PM 


   Great Models Webstore now distributes the Panzershop kits.  I imagine that most of his production is now going there.  They have the Mark I and Mark II males and females in stock.



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Karl Heinz Pfarr
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Bad news for the little man

July 25 2007, 6:41 PM 

Greatmodels is not the most cheapest with shiping costs.Beside they put allways the invoice ,so big custom costs.
But thanks for the tip.

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Steve Adams
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Re: No more WW1 kits at Panzershop?

August 7 2007, 4:42 AM 

If Greatmodels are the sole distributer it's bad news for anybody in the EU(considering these kits originate within the EU). Greatmodels sell them for the same price as Panzershop, eg $100 for the Mark 1. If you're in the UK there will be another 17.5% VAT PLUS the £10 or so "clearance" charge that the Post Office adds, giving almost a 40% price rise in total!

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Karl Heinz Pfarr
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August 11 2007, 4:25 PM 

I baught many Kits from Libor directly.Helping me with custom stuff.Great help indeed.....
But GM doesent care about that little detail.Pakaging is not the best.They use hughe boxes increasing shiping costs more.
And USPS has raised international costs for international deliverys.
Libor if you read this please reconsider......

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