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bob t (at 12:54pm, Wed 24th Nov, 21)
Martin, Have replied to you by email
JOHN MARTIN WARR (at 11:55am, Wed 24th Nov, 21)
I'm looking for a downloadable copy of the instructions for Aero Constructor 'O' which seems to be a simpler construction than the Set 1 and 2.
bob t (at 8:49am, Thu 5th Aug, 21)
James M. Ogden (at 6:52am, Thu 5th Aug, 21)
Sorry but unable to find instructions for building motor car chassis as shown as model of the month in January 1957 meccano magazine. Could someone PLEASE email these to me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Mike Links (at 3:25am, Fri 16th Jul, 21)
Does anyone know the dimensions of old part number 310 Bobbin , (new part number 181). I have none and would like to make a couple on the lathe or by 3D printing.
Mike Links (at 1:05pm, Thu 24th Jun, 21)
I have a No.7 seven set from the late 1920s. The 1929 4-7 Manual has full instructions for all models in the 4-6 range, but many of the No.7 models have a picture and an invitation to write to Binns Rd for a full copy of the instructions for 3d. Does anyone know where any of these instructions might be obtained?