Fairfield, McKinley, Garfield - Between Santa Fe and Albuquerque

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I have two partial kits-Fairfield and McKinley-free. I also have a Garfield that has been started. Whoever started it has done a beautiful job so far.all the punched out parts are bagged and labeled. Not really shippable,but willing to meet people part way (located between Santa Fe and Albuquerque). Want a totally reasonable amount. Mostly want it to move on. Contact me for pictures,as I don't seem to upload pics.

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Thanks for offering these kits for free! I'm going to edit the title of your post to make it more descriptive.

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@fov if the title needs changing please do. I want a small amount for the third kit. Does that create a problem? It just has beautiful work,and etched glass. 

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Yes, that's fine! Anyone who's interested can contact you by private message and you can discuss price there.

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