Tuesday, July 9, 2013

ONLY 7 days left on "July Savings"

The clock is ticking, don't miss your chance to
take advantage of these great deals!

Savings of 30%, 40%, 50% and much more
on over 550 items.  

These outstanding deals are from manufacturers like Bburago, Dragon, First Gear, Joal, Maisto, NZG...to name just a few. 

Below is just a peek at the many great savings that are available for a limited time...

Ertl #20208P - 1/55 Scale - SALE = $34.95 - Was = $74.95Texaco #2 - Nautical Series (2001) Texaco Havoline Tugboat (bank)
Round 2 #CP7000 - 1/43 Scale - SALE = $39.95 - Was = $42.95
Wings of Texaco Airplane Series #20 (2012) - 1937 Stinson Reliant SR-9 • All New Tooling! • 12" Wingspan & Movable Flaps • Locking Coin Bank with Key • Die-Cast Body •  Includes Custom Display Stand

The Reliant series of aircraft was designed by E.A. "Eddie" Stinson as a four-to-five seat commercial monoplane. The SR series of aircraft began in 1933 and was produced until 1941. The SR-9 model featured deluxe interior accommodations. It was known for its ease in handling and its state-of-the-art navigation and communication radios. During World War Two, Stinsons were requisitioned by the military and designated AT-19 in U.S. service. More than 60 years later, Stinsons are still a highly sought after collector's item.

Tonkin #T1701370 - 1/87 Scale - SALE = $9.95 - Was = $19.95
Joplin Area Habitat for Humanity - Kenworth W900 with Sleeper and 53' Dry Van featuring "Building Hope, Building Homes" decaled graphics and images on the side 

In the wake of the Devastating EF-5 Tornado that destroyed much of Joplin on May 22, 2011, the Joplin Area Habitat for Humanity, along with the help of volunteers, have been working tirelessly to help provide homes for those who lost everything, including building over 50 homes in 2012 with more to come in 2013. This model is in commemoration of their efforts and those of the thousands of volunteers that make it happen.

Go to our website to see these and other wonderful savings!

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