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>> Home > Forum > For Sale/Wanted > S H Grainger Cigarette For Sale
S H Grainger Cigarette For Sale
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headquarters
(Seaman)





Forum Posts: 5
20th Jan 2017 17:35  
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mdlbt.com/25531

CIGARETTE BOAT MODEL 48”x12”
This cool model was built by S.H.Grainger & Co., Marine Models Division, Walsall, England. Originally designed as a display model of the famous Cigarette racing boat, this would make a great conversion project to either gas or electric.

The hull and top deck are in good shape (a few mounting holes but no cracks) Many of the decorative parts in a bag. This will certainly take some TLC, but the basic structure is of laminated fiberglass and well built.

Unfortunately I'm in Miami, Florida.

Asking $75 plus shipping from USA.

Any suggestion on where to post this would be appreciated.


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figtree7nts
(Fleet Admiral!)





Forum Posts: 318
21st Jan 2017 16:33  
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hi Headquarters,

Why don't you try putting your boat on Ebay!
You might have a good chance of a sale.

Ed


"Fair winds calm Seas"