Are Preiser figures always this expensive ?

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was looking at the 1/32 line of figures. they all seem to be in the
$30-40 range. Lotta money for some nekkid ladies for a different
kind of WWII diorama.
Craig
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crw59
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Be careful "G Scale" is slightly larger than 1/24. Also, if you pick a smaller "cup size" the price goes down (:>
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Count DeMoney
I wanted to do a diorama with soldiers on leave with some of the local women....... thought that a 1/32 female would work with 1/35. maybe not.
Craig
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crw59
She'd be a little taller. It can happen.
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willshak
Try the link below..........You might be able to do something interesting with the "Female with a Flute" figure (:>
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Count DeMoney
A woman you can look up to!
Bill Banaszak, MFE Sr. ;)
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Mad-Modeller
G Scale, or Garden Scale, is one gauge of track that can be adapted to several scales. While 1:32 is one of these, 1:22.5 is the commonest G Scale.
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Gerald Owens

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