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ok as the Title states.... does anyone know if replicas and Minatures of Maryland is still in business and if so, where to find a catalog or where to order from. Thanks in advance

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Norm is still in business. I just saw him in Alabama. Sweet man, and he has a lot of great stuff. I'm sure he will continue to go to shows.

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The catalogue is 38 pages,and costs $4.00.Here is R& M of Marylands address:

Replicas and Miniatures of Maryland

317 Roosevelt Avenue., SW

Glen Burnie,Maryland 21061

Todd :unsure:

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You Guys rock!!! thank you everyone. I will take a look on that link and go from there.

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The catalogue is 38 pages,and costs $4.00.Here is R& M of Marylands address:

Replicas and Miniatures of Maryland

317 Roosevelt Avenue., SW

Glen Burnie,Maryland 21061

Todd :)

Thanks for the addy and I have have to ask... Redrocker does that have anything to do with 98KUPD in AZ by chance?

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Thanks for the addy and I have have to ask... Redrocker does that have anything to do with 98KUPD in AZ by chance?

No,RailFreak, RedRocker doesn't have anything to do with 98KUPD,or Arizona.I am a die hard Sammy Hagar fan,and he is known as the "Red Rocker".I graduated H.S. in '80,hence the boardname here "Redrocker80".Does KUPD have a live streaming audio,or an email address with a link to their live stream audio?

Just curious....

Todd :lol:

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ok as the Title states.... does anyone know if replicas and Minatures of Maryland is still in business and if so, where to find a catalog or where to order from. Thanks in advance

Let me see if I can find my catalog and I'll get you a copy

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Hey folks, check out Norman's "Mod Squad figgures from the 1950 Mercury kit Aurora made in the late 60's . Nuff said ! Ed Shaver :)

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