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Old 10-19-2023, 10:09 AM
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Default Estes SANDHAWK Plastic Parts - COMPLETE - Still "ON THE SPRUE" !

Estes SANDHAWK Plastic Parts - COMPLETE - Still "ON THE SPRUE" !

I believe that these may be the LAST Set of Estes Sandhawk plastic parts, still on the sprue, in existence . . .

$50.00, plus shipping . . .

I would not hesitate very long, if I were you - LOL !

Send me an email Ez2cDave@aol.com OR a PM, here on the Forum.

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Dave F.
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I have a set of those, still in a sealed bag. I believe they came that way in the kits, but if I remember correctly I purchased mine from the Estes 1974 Spare Parts Catalog.
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I have a set of those, still in a sealed bag. I believe they came that way in the kits, but if I remember correctly I purchased mine from the Estes 1974 Spare Parts Catalog.


I don't think that Estes will ever bring back the "traditional" K-51 Sandhawk kit or the Terrier Sandhawk, using the K-51 for the Upper Stage.

In the future, there might be a "new" Sandhawk, but I doubt it would use Injection Molding.

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