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 Posted: Thu Sep 6th, 2012 03:13 pm
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May be of interest, picked up from the Works, pack of 12 A5 sheets of Metalic Corrugated Card for 99p (was £1.99). Colours are a bit bright - Gold, Silver, Blue, Red, Purple, & Magenta, a coat of primer should cure that.



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Could be useful that Paul . Thanks for sharing.



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I've a large pile of the stuff now from different sources.
There is a problem with it though.
I model in plastic.



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It's Kismet; or Karma; or Summik.

Maybe it's a message from the Great Modeller.  :shock:



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ddolfelin wrote: I model in plastic.

A horrible vision springs to mind....





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Thanks, Shaun.
That was during the winter.



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Thanks for the tip off that these have been reduced. I went into the local big town 'The Works' and found the corrugated card , but priced at £1.99 and no signs of any reductions. An assistant was collared and he dissappeared into the 'back' of the store after I told hime they were on sale at £1in other of their stores. 30 seconds later , he re-appeared and confirmed they were indeed 99p , and thats what I was charged. It pays to ask!

Excellent and useful material as well....

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gastwo wrote: ddolfelin wrote: I model in plastic.

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:mutley:mutley:mutley:mutley

I'm glad I've got my mind and not yours Shaun :cheers



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I've never heard of the Works. Obviously Devizes is too good for them.

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For those not lucky enough to have The Works locally -

http://www.theworks.co.uk/?gclid=CMzW5I6cqbICFYTMtAodfFkAOg

Also picked up 10 sheets of EVA Foam Sticker sheet (approx 1mm thick self adhesive foam sheet) again down from 1.99 to 99p.

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