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  1. Hi, thanks for the Answers. But the Problem is, as i said my Post before, that i'm not able to look inside the Kit. The German Importer Krick has only one Essex left and did not order reglulary at Model Expo, only one or two Times a year or on exclusive Order. So if i order, i would buy a pig in a poke. If i got luck and it's a new One everything is ok, but if it's an old one the Problem sending the replacement parts to Germany is open. therefore i would buy the Confederacy, it's actually also exclusive Order( delivery Time up to 6 month ), but then i hope that there are no problems with the parts because the Confed did not have such problems. Greetings Steffen
  2. Hi, I found this Thread searching for ME Essex. Got a Question through Old/New Kit. I'm from Germany and interested in buying the Essex. The german Importer Krick has only one Kit left in Stock. But I don't know if it's the old one or the corrected Version. So is there any Info on Box or so if it's corrected or not? Would be bad, if it will be the old one. And asking the Seller for comparing the parts with the plans might be difficult equally sending the Upgradeparts from US to Germany. Thanks for Help Steffen

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