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Macaroni writes:

It seems to high to me, $25k. They only have a handful of 1:72 vehicles and the 1/285th is a tiny line. Really, it's a very, very small line of product and it also was not easy to find and buy. I'd be surprised if they made a couple k a year doing this. In my opinion, 7,500 might be in the ball park.

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Vac-U-Cast announces:

We closed for business as of June 13, 2007, and are no longer accepting orders.


Vac-U-Cast is for sale. This includes 251 masters and their molds and any inventory left for $25,000 USD plus $100.00 USD postage. This does not include Lineside Models. If you wish to purchase the Vac-U-Cast line, we would require a 10% deposit and payment in full upon ownership transfer. Vac-U-Cast will be sold as one unit. We will not be selling one scale or model type to several individuals.

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Lineside Models has been sold to Richard Plantz Hobbies. Please see his information at

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