I have attached a link to Canada posts webpage, simply enter the dimensions and weight with my postal code and your zip code (or country) and presto you will know how much it is to ship - keep in mind, I sell the kits in US Dollars; however, the postal rates are in Canadian dollars - which is worth ~ 0.80 to the US.
MY POSTAL CODE: V8N 2V3
Dimensions in Centimeters (L x W x H - Weight) 40 x 26 x 10 - 1.0kg
Hunter Cummins I want this even more than the 6253
but im really really really scared to hear the price. (I hate cyberhobby because they release awesome kits and then make them short run)
9. June 2014 at 04:12:49
Anthony Flanagan Hunter - I understand completely. When I was your age or younger (ca 1976) I could go to the drug store and buy 3 or so Monogram kits for less than $20 (1 days' wage cutting grass for Mr. Odell Moore, the best boss I ever had). Every so often I would see a Tamiya kit priced at $50 or more and say to myself, "someday I'll buy one just to see what's in the box." Today the kits blow the doors off those Tamiya kits. Don't be afraid to save your shekels for what you want. You can either get what you want or run across something even better.
Let me know should you want to talk turkey. Discussing a deal is free.
Anthony Flanagan H K is spot on. Once Cyber Hobby (CHC) gets the base molding down, they reproduce it in subsequent kits and/or vehicle variants. With CHC you can get the same model in later offerings plus or minus tidbits/details depending on the vehicle variant.
9. June 2014 at 14:13:34
Hunter Cummins Anthony, my father(the one who got me started) told me about those days. I wish I was around at that time haha. But I would be interested in tanking turkey
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