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Juaru

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JonRocket is "giddy" to announce that we will be carrying the Peter Alway scale kits. These kits include the brand new and much anticipated 1/195th scale Apollo-Saturn V along with the Astrobee 1500 and the Arcas.

These will be in stock in a couple of days, but are available to order now.

As always, these kits will be sold with a discount off the retail price along with FREE SHIPPING on orders over 20.00!

You can check them out at: www.jonrocket.com/PeterAlwaykits.html

John (not Jon) Arthur

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Bill

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unless you are offering a tremendous discount...


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Juaru

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Our price is 4% lower than the recommended retail price. Not much, but when you consider the FREE SHIPPING it makes it quite a deal.

John (not Jon) Arthur

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The Pete Alway Saturn V is worth every penny!

Too bad I already have one.
 

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The good news: The Alway's kits are in!

The bad news: We have already sold all of our Saturn V's

More good news: We've got more on the way!

I had never seen one of his kits in person, but let me say that they are very very nice. I don't think anyone will be disappointed in either of the three kits from Peter. I had planned on keeping a Saturn V for myself, but they were sold before they got here!

John (not Jon) Arthur

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John,

Do you have the Aerobee 1500's in stock??

Jason
 

Juaru

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Yes, the Aerobee 1500's and the Arcas are both in stock, and the second wave of Saturn V's are expected Monday or Tuesday.

John (not Jon) Arthur

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