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    Plasticard.

    Simple Question, but where in Scotland (UK?) could I get Plasticard? Thank you

    omgitsduane:

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    Well I picked up my first model when I was 7.

    I misunderstood that... ALOT

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    I found it best to look in hobbycraft (expenisve option) or find a smaller model shop, remote controlled car shops have it occaiasionally (is where most of mine came from). If not then the internet is your friend and I'm sure there are plenty of people who could give soem pointers to cheap plasticard.

    Sorry no specifics!

    Hope that helps

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    I got some in Glasgow if yours able to get there no probs from milliars art store.

    art stores in glasgow - Google Maps
    that should help you to find it if your not sure were, Its not to expensive to

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    Ebay is the easiest option, and is pretty cheap too.

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    Any model railroad shop should have ample supply of it.

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    Hey Morden, long time no speak! Your totally right about the art store, I got my plasticard in Millers. Will you be returning to the club at some point?

    Zezza

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    Ebay is easyest?

    Its about a quid or two in any local modelshop that does supplies...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sniperkitty View Post
    Ebay is easyest?

    Its about a quid or two in any local modelshop that does supplies...
    Which is all well and good for those folks lucky enough to have local model shops that sell plasticard. I'm with Izzinatah on this one, there can be few things easier than merely having to make a few clicks one's mouse ... ... ...

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    I got mine quite cheaply on the net, do a search for sheet styrene which is the same stuff as plasticard. For some reason its not commonly called plasticard in the UK.(that might be completely wrong but that is what I have found )

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    Ah ok thanks. I shall indeed find some. Don't worry. I have some idea's handy.
    omgitsduane:

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    Well I picked up my first model when I was 7.

    I misunderstood that... ALOT

    [SIGPIC][/SIGPIC]

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