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Old 10-01-2009, 11:17:05 PM
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Default Novo casting kit

At the 09 portland fall shoe a vender was selling several casting kits, one was the novo engine, does anyone know who it was or if the vender who has them could email me thanks
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GW Eddy,

I assume you are talking about scaled down model castings? This thread probably should have been in the model section. The only vendor I know of that has Novo model casting kits is Pacific model design. Go to our website link below, then go to page six and you will find the info.

http://www.antiquengines.com/Davis_M...iers_List_.htm
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My understanding is that the man doing the casting sets fell into bad health. If there is someone doing these castings again I too would love to get a set as well.

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