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  1. Thanks to all who responded. I found a Glencoe Spad XIII at my LHS and picked it up for less than $10 (using my IPMS discount!). Now that I have all my instructions, it's time to start building! Thanks again for all the help. Jim
  2. Thanks for the post, Mark. I got a scan of the Aurora instructions for the Albatross. But to answer your question, the Special Hobby kit is from new and improved molds, so the instruction sheet would not help identify the Aurora parts or if any were missing. Thanks again. Jim
  3. Those three kits were reissued by Glencoe. You could try to contact them and see if they can provide instructions for the kits. Thanks for the idea, Robin. I only need the Spad XIII instructions now, so the hunt has lessened. Jim.
  4. Thanks Dick. Got the instructions OK. The very first model I bought with my own saved up money was the Aurora Bristol F2B back in the early 1960's. I never did get any of the others until just now. I know they are not up to "modern" standards, but I will enjoy building them anyway. Thanks again. Jim
  5. Thanks much, Gil. Got the instructions OK. Now to check the parts to see if I have them all. Jim
  6. Thanks, Dick. Any help is appreciated. I have Google searched for Aurora instructions, and came up empty on these. I did find a kit review that had some pictures showing steps 2 and 3 af the Albatross C3 instructions, but these are only 2 out of 6 steps for that kit. Jim
  7. Greetings All: I recently acquired a box of about a dozen old Aurora WWI 1/4 scale biplanes. Most of them are without boxes and some parts are off the sprues and loose, so these are definitely "builders" rather than "collector" kits. After sorting out the sprues and loose parts, I discovered that I am missing instructions for three of them: a Nieuport 28 C-1, a Spad XIII, and an Albatross C3 (the two seater Albatross). If anyone has instructions they could copy and mail or scan and email to me, I would apprecaite it. Please contact me at jim.spellmire@cox.net to discuss costs of mailing and photocopying invovled. Thanks in advance to anyone who can help me.
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