Eurostar Class 373

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Eurostar Class 373

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Good morning all,

I hope this is allowed, apologies if not. I don't know if this is of interest to people or just old rubbish!

I recently found this in the attic while doing some clearing out. I was wondering if it had any value or if it might as well be thrown away.

I'd much rather it go somewhere where it can be used and appreciated if it's worthwhile rather than chucking it out.

Any advice would be greatly appreciated :)


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Re: Eurostar Class 373

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Hi

Welcome to the forum.
I would look the item up on eBay to see what they are selling for! This gives a good idea of the sets worth.

BTW as a new forum user, please observe the forum rules particularly rule 5 re selling.
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Re: Eurostar Class 373

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Everything has a value, it's just a matter of how much.
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Looks like an R1013 set. Also looks ike you have the box and instructions etc. If you can put it togther and test it first that would help. If it were mine I would put it on eBay 7 day auction starting about £50 plus postage.
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Thank you all for your advice!
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