bigoggy

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  1. bigoggy

    Lunch Box, Mad Bull, and Grasshopper, for sale

    Shoot me a message mate, sure we can work something out.
  2. bigoggy

    Lunch Box, Mad Bull, and Grasshopper, for sale

    I'm selling up. I need money got a new 1/1 van. Shipping within the UK is possible, but not outside the country, and I don't do paypal, which puts people off, hence not offering postage. More will be for sale soon.
  3. All cars are collection only from Alfreton, Derbyshire. Lunch Box, loaded with electrics, 2.4 radio, RTR, never run, only been a shelfer. One off paint job, that includes all 3 box art paint schemes. £100 Mad Bull, New built, No electrics other than motor. never run, never even had electrics in. Comes with box, and all parts trees. £55 GrassHopper, fully loaded with electrics, and 2.4 radio. Only run once. £75
  4. 3 boxart paint jobs, 1 van.
  5. bigoggy

    Years in the Hobby

    34 or 35 years for me, sometimes got out for a month or two, but can never stay away for long.
  6. Here is a link to my build. https://www.tamiyaclub.com/forum/index.php?/topic/80938-painting-my-lunchy/
  7. I used pound shop unbranded paints. Not the Tamiya paint, so sorry can't help you there.
  8. bigoggy

    So, What Have You Done Today?

    Not done anything too exciting, just built a few kits.
  9. bigoggy

    Front Flip Challenge

    The paper is a year late, Tom Meents with Max D, did it a year ago.
  10. bigoggy

    The "postman Brought Me" Thread

    Postman was nice to me today.
  11. bigoggy

    Posting cars UK

    There seems to be some hate for the post office here. I know they are not cheap, but I will now only buy from sellers who use them. Had far too many mess ups from Hermes, and Yodel. Parcels left with neighbours, or on doorstep, despite notes on the parcels not to do so. And most of Hermes and Yodels delivery people are using normal cars, without proper insurance, hence the cheap prices. Don't scrimp on postage.