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Exner BUGATTI by Renwall Revivals WANTED

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Hi Guys, I am a UK based modeller seeking a very, very old kit, namely the Exner Bugatti from the Renwall Revivals range from way back in the 60's. As it is highly unlikely to find an unbuilt kit, so has anybody got an old glue bomb or one that has been built and may have missing parts who would like to find it a good home? Basically I would like one to restore for eventual  display in the Bugatti Trust's Museum in the UK, so I am hoping that were may be someone out there who might be interested enough to help me with this little venture. It does not matter how poor the condition of the model is is as I would be looking to do a complete strip down and rebuild.

If any one can help, please contact me via the mail messaging on this forum.   Many thanks!

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Too late now but Model Car Mountain E-bay shop had a gluebombed one last week with a "buy it now" of under $50 US.

I should have bought it when I seen it but had just made a major purchase for my 1/1 Trans Am a couple days before so was a bit hesitant, it would have been over $100 CDN after shipping and the exchange rate.

Thought about it for a couple hours but by the time I decided to pull the trigger it was sold.

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Still looking for one that has seen better days to restore!  Please contact me via the site messaging. Thanks.

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Anybody still got one of these and could bear to part company with it?    Not necessarily  looking for a pristine kit as have looked and too expensive on ebay.

Just a badly built donor kit with umpteen bits missing that has been kicking around in a box for many years and looking the worse for wear would be OK.

Would like one to restore and donate it to the Bugatti Trust Museum here in the UK. Please message me if you would like to help me in this venture. Thanks.

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