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Offline LynnLegend

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BSA Diecast Model
« on: 28.12. 2017 16:47 »
Hello all,

I'd like to buy my little boy a diecast bsa model, but struggling to find anything suitable. I had previously bought him a model gold star, but it was mostly plastic and he smashed it to pieces in about 3 minutes (as 2 year olds tend to do).

I can find plenty of sidecar models, but that's not what I'm looking for.

Welcome any help in this! Doesn't have to be A7/10.

Sam.
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Re: BSA Diecast Model
« Reply #2 on: 28.12. 2017 17:10 »
Thanks Harvey, The top one is very similar to the one he smashed to pieces - the "Atlas" brand are mostly plastic, which would be fine if he wasn't such a heavy handed little sh...

And the second link looks much more like what I want... think it might be a hard sell to the Mrs though  *fight*
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Re: BSA Diecast Model
« Reply #4 on: 28.12. 2017 18:14 »
These things are not really toys.

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Re: BSA Diecast Model
« Reply #5 on: 28.12. 2017 18:21 »
These things are not really toys.

Everything's a toy to a 2 year old... scissors, matches, etc etc...
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