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 Post subject: Storing Old Fuel?
PostPosted: Tue Feb 10, 2009 9:32 pm 
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I have a couple of cans of Cox .049 fuel and wonder if it is still good after a number of years.

Also, friend's brother has donated a couple of 1:24 scale plastic models of Hurricanes, wonder if they have any value. Unopened in the box. Thanks.


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Sealed in the can should be OK.

1/24th scale (which is really big!) or 1/48th? Either way they are British. Prolly no interest here. Might want to try the Flypast board. :wink: :lol:

I'm sure you can find something similar on eBay to get an idea of the value.

Y'know, not many gals are modelers. How'd you get into the hobby Becky?


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 Post subject: Storing Old Fuel
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It's not me that is interested in models. It's my friend that got these from his stepfather. Thanks for the info


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