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Garryjohnuk30 Mar 2022 9:51 a.m. PST

Hi I have just been asked by a member of our club to put on a Winners Eye View game, I am going to use a tack I have created myself based on the street layout of our local area.
I would like to add some more cars to my collection and was wondering if anyone knew what had happened to the moulds that SDD produced? I last heard they had been bought by Stronghold but the guy had a lot of health issues, does anyone know where they are now?

Thanks

David Manley30 Mar 2022 10:31 a.m. PST

As far as I know all the Stronghold material has disappeared without trace. A pity as thats a lot of 15mm WW2 and 1/600 coastal masters that I created gone for ever :(

I have it in mind though that Steve Ward _may_ have kept "Winners Eye View" when he sold SDD. But I could be way off base with that.

Garryjohnuk31 Mar 2022 5:35 a.m. PST

Thanks it could be worth a shot

Toombe01 Apr 2022 10:26 a.m. PST

I'm sorry to say Steve Ward passed away in June 2019.

Best wishes,
Martin

Garryjohnuk01 Apr 2022 10:29 a.m. PST

Thanks Martin I had just read that as i was looking to find a contact for him. really nice guy always made time to talk to you.

Garry

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