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Another local hobby shop closes its doors

July 5 2012 at 3:48 PM
  (Login rgronovius)
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It might have been a familiar shop if you were ever stationed in the Fort Knox area. The Hobby Station in Elizabethtown, KY closed up shop at the end of June. He carried a lot of 'stuff', albeit mainly model railroad and RC, but he had quite a lot of model kits of all genres. Most of his armor was priced high at MSRP though.


RobG

 
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  1. One by one! - David Utley on Jul 5, 5:06 PM
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  3. That's odd... - Michael Karnowka on Jul 5, 5:54 PM
    1. Re: That's odd... - Tim Sloan on Jul 5, 6:24 PM
      1. He did eBay and mail orders - Rob Gronovius on Jul 5, 6:57 PM
        1. I guess he didn't stock enough Tasca. - Kurt Laughlin on Jul 5, 8:24 PM
          1. A few Tristar - Rob Gronovius on Jul 5, 10:23 PM
          2. If he had been stocking more Tasca, he would have to beat... - Paul Budzik on Jul 6, 12:32 AM
            1. He probably couldnt get them.. - Tim Sloan on Jul 6, 9:19 AM
              1. right - see the locked thread below - david nickels on Jul 6, 6:49 PM
     
  4. Wait?! What? No, no, no... That can't be right... - Mike Roof on Jul 6, 10:29 AM
    1. Technically, it's not "price-fixing" - Kurt Laughlin on Jul 6, 10:55 AM
      1. And that brings us full circle... - MikeRoof on Jul 6, 10:12 PM
        1. Ah, ok - Rob Gronovius on Jul 7, 12:38 PM
     
  5. Hobby Shop Closed - Brent Sauer on Jul 6, 1:04 PM
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