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Hello, I bought a few Caldercraft models some time ago, with the full intention to build them myself. Unfortunetly I ended up with a bunch of ships and literally no time to build them due to intensive work schedule. This won't be possible for me in the next few years, therefore I'd like to sell some of them. I have the following models: - HMS Victory - producer price 1199,00 USD - HMS Agamemnon - producer price 1099,00 USD - HMS Snake - producer price 349,00 USD - HMAV Bounty - producer price 329,00 USD - HM Schooner Pickle - producer price 229,00 USD All the formentioned models are in mint condition. I've opened the boxes once (to check if everything is in place), then closed them and they've never been opened since. I'm willing to sell them for 85% of the original price of the producer. 1) I currently have no pictures of the models, but will make some and update this post in about 6 hours time. I think that one photo for each model should be enough (an opened box with the contents inside). If you want me to take a specific photo, do not hesitate to let me know. 2) Of course I can give you my phone number via the private message system. 3) I'd prefer to recieve the money via a banks transfer, but I also have a paypal account. 4) I'm willing to negotiate the price. 5) My name is Piotr, I'm located in Poznań (Poland). 6) Other personal data can be recieved via the private message system. Currency of the transaction: PLN (Polish Zloty). Language of conversation: English (unless you know polish). Do take into account that the buyer will cover all the extra costs of the transaction (such as shipping, currency exchange, etc.). I you have any questions, please ask. Thank you.
Hi everyone my name is Tom from that fine maritime city of Liverpool, sorry if you have this post already. Just about to start the Jokita / Caldercraft Agamemnon after looking at it for 4 years in the box. New to the build process but very passionate about the ships themselves and an avid reader of all the Naval history. I have noticed on numerous logs that the comprehensive instructions are not as detailed and the plans not as accurate as some would have hoped. For those of you who have recently received the Aggie has this issue been rectified? Anyway look forward to draining you of your expert knowledge on the subject as I embark on my voyage of discovery. Tom