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    The Big Deuce.

    Can anybody give me an idea on the value of an unstarted Big Deuce kit please?

    Thanks in advance.
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    50p a crunchie and a mars bar

    sorry but thats all i can afford at the mo

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    I don't have an answer Al but it depends upon the year of manufacture. It came in many 'runs' with obviously the older being worth more. The box art gives a clue.

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    Steve`s correct in saying the year of release plays a big part in a kits value, as does the condition of the box/wrapping etc. I`ve seen original release (`63 or `64 I think) un-built Big Deuce models with perfect condition contents/boxes /wrapping go for 300 plus, with `hard core `collectors paying a lot more. The later `70s-`80s releases go for around 100 in like condition. But like anything, it`s a case of finding the buyer who`s willing to spend that much!.
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