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greenrocketfish

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Hello,
My job is keeping me from pursuing this hobby. I have 4 Madcow kits and 1 Estes kit, motors, motor retainers and stuff for sale cheap. I have a 2.2 in Batray, fins and motor mount installed with filets. Not painted or finished assembly. also, 1.6 mini aerobe, 1.6 agm pike and a 1.6 Jayhawk. All in the bag shipped in from Madcow. Opened one of the bags to check contents. 1 Estes Monarch completely built and painted but never launched. 2 - 24/29 Madcow motor adapters, 4 - 24/29 Madcow motor retainers, bag of dog barf, 1 set each estes B, C and D motors, 2 rocketry books by Harry Stein, 6th and 7th edition. The Madcow kits all have nice shuts and protectors. I have over $300.00 invested. Would sell all for $165 plus shipping or do any of you hobby guys have HO scale train stuff you want to trade? If interested you can call me or message me at 478-230-5477. I am new to this area and only have access to internet at work right now.
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Lee
 

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No time for rockets but time for trains! Good sir I...well trains are cool too. Sorry. I was seeing if you had a Goblin. Good luck with the sale.
 

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No time for rockets but time for trains! Good sir I...well trains are cool too. Sorry. I was seeing if you had a Goblin. Good luck with the sale.
Nothing wrong with trains... I play with N, HO, G, 1" Scale (4-3/4" gauge), 12" gauge, 15" gauge, and full size steam... I don't fly often, but it's hard to fly locally so I have to travel about 3 hours, minimum, for a "guaranteed" fly day.... And these days I hate driving. :p

Besides I've been building a 4-3/4" gauge 4-8-2 (two of them, actually) so that has really kept my attention lately. That being said I'm looking forward to AIRFest with my 4" bird on a M1297 :D

Photo is of me running a 15" gauge 4-8-4... Good times.

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As Mr Walsh was saying. I work weekends now and most of the clubs I have found with a good field are at least an hour away and only meet once per month. I can build rockets and set and look at them. At least with my trains I can mess with them when I have time at home. This is a good deal for someone. Thanks
 

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Folks i was joking. I did say trains are cool. My club holds 4 launches a year, 2 in spring and 2 in the fall, so i do more building than flying to be sure. I can relate, believe me. I did a bit of scale model landscapes a few years back and would really enjoy trains. I just dont have the room.
 
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