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 Author: mervynturk View Messages Posted By mervynturk
 Posted: Oct 14, 2021 09:46
 Subject: 611-2 Air Canada
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mervynturk (535)

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Hi All
First time I have ever had this set...Im missing one window pattern 4x1 and the
Air Canada tail fin. When I looked for replacement parts I was astounded to see
that there was only one tail fin on the site and it was nearly £75
I was going to list this on eBay...any ideas what its worth before I list it...??
Thanks in advance Guys and Gals
 
 Author: rikitikitaviguy View Messages Posted By rikitikitaviguy
 Posted: Oct 14, 2021 10:11
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Do you have the original box and original instructions? If yes, $1000.00 plus...

...or maybe in your case, 800 pounds +

LM


In Help, mervynturk writes:
  Hi All
First time I have ever had this set...Im missing one window pattern 4x1 and the
Air Canada tail fin. When I looked for replacement parts I was astounded to see
that there was only one tail fin on the site and it was nearly £75
I was going to list this on eBay...any ideas what its worth before I list it...??
Thanks in advance Guys and Gals
 Author: mervynturk View Messages Posted By mervynturk
 Posted: Oct 14, 2021 10:13
 Subject: Re: 611-2 Air Canada
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Sadly not....managed to find instructions on Peeron....and wow....I thought it
must be a rare set on the basis of the lack of parts on Bricklink
 Author: BricksThatStick View Messages Posted By BricksThatStick
 Posted: Oct 14, 2021 10:24
 Subject: Re: 611-2 Air Canada
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In Help, mervynturk writes:
  Hi All
First time I have ever had this set...Im missing one window pattern 4x1 and the
Air Canada tail fin. When I looked for replacement parts I was astounded to see
that there was only one tail fin on the site and it was nearly £75
I was going to list this on eBay...any ideas what its worth before I list it...??
Thanks in advance Guys and Gals

Looks more like Air Australia
 Author: mervynturk View Messages Posted By mervynturk
 Posted: Oct 14, 2021 10:30
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Photography is not a strong point lol
 Author: popsicle View Messages Posted By popsicle
 Posted: Oct 14, 2021 10:36
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In Help, mervynturk writes:
  Hi All
First time I have ever had this set...Im missing one window pattern 4x1 and the
Air Canada tail fin. When I looked for replacement parts I was astounded to see
that there was only one tail fin on the site and it was nearly £75
I was going to list this on eBay...any ideas what its worth before I list it...??
Thanks in advance Guys and Gals

Don't know. But it looks like they may need some help in pulling out of that
inverted flat spin

Maybe help folks in helping you too
 
 Author: 1974 View Messages Posted By 1974
 Posted: Oct 14, 2021 10:52
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In Help, popsicle writes:


  Don't know. But it looks like they may need some help in pulling out of that
inverted flat spin

Interestingly, it uses many of the classic airplane parts from the '85 sets
but it's not minifig scale/can't be opened. In that regard, it has more
in common with the 2-wide airplanes from 70's

Quite a rare bird indeed!
 Author: popsicle View Messages Posted By popsicle
 Posted: Oct 14, 2021 11:09
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In Help, 1974 writes:
  In Help, popsicle writes:


  Don't know. But it looks like they may need some help in pulling out of that
inverted flat spin

Interestingly, it uses many of the classic airplane parts from the '85 sets
but it's not minifig scale/can't be opened. In that regard, it has more
in common with the 2-wide airplanes from 70's

Quite a rare bird indeed!

Learning is fun.

Thanks, Ole.