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Miami Hobby Shop

July 22 2012 at 12:07 PM
Y.C. Wang  (Login y2wang)
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Hello,

I just came back from my Miami FL business trip. Thanks to all who posted on hobby stores in the vicinity when I inquired on this forum a few weeks ago! happy.gif

Due to the immensely busy schedule, I didn't get to visit any of the recommended shops. On the other hand, I did manage to sneak out during lunch time to a shop I discovered relatively close to downtown Miami. This store wasn't mentioned in the previous postings, leading me to think it is relatively new.

http://www.rocousa.com/hobbystore.htm

Micro Macro Mundo is likely the second biggest Tamiya distributor I have seen (the first being Stargek in Singapore.)

This store carries nearly all the armor kits seen in the Tamiya catalog in multitudes. They also have a very complete selection of Revell airplane kits. I think I also remember seeing a good selection of Trumpeter ships.

They also have a good selection of Tamiya Acrylics since the recent Japan earthquake/tsunami disaster.

On the other hand, they are primarily a Tamiya supplier so if you are looking for DML or other brands, you are outta luck. Still it is worth a visit if you are in the area. It is a 15 to 20 minute drive down south from downtown Miami.

Cheers!
+Y.C.


 
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david nickels
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well that's interesting

July 22 2012, 7:23 PM 

I have never heard of them so they may very well be new. Thanks for the info.

 
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