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    herrmill

    Posts: 1
    Join date: 2010-11-14

    RPM TECH Modeling & Engineering

    Post  herrmill on Sun Nov 14, 2010 12:31 pm

    American-based RPM Tech offers a range of highly detailed GRP kits & ballast systems. Kits include 1:6 Neger, 1:22 Seehund & Marder, 1:32 Holland (RN version), 1:72 Kilo & Foxtrot. Both the Neger & Foxtrot are nearing completion with kits due out soon.

    RPM Tech can be found here

    george jure

    Posts: 23
    Join date: 2014-01-17
    Location: Hamilton, Ontario, Canada

    Re: RPM TECH Modeling & Engineering

    Post  george jure on Wed Jan 22, 2014 6:23 am

    Hello

    Even though this is an OLD post I wanted to put the alert out. Be VERY CAREFUL this company, it has gone deep and quiet with lots of people`s money and NO ONE has gotten any product from it OR email replies.
    If you wish to read up on this story line, if it`s o.k from this site`s admin.? Please got to R.C Groups and read ALL the posts.

    George

    People like that make it VERY hard to trust online business without LOTS of references anymore.

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