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  • Wal-Mart model display

    Don't know if this is the correct place to put this but here goes.Was in my local wallyworld yesterday .
    They have a pallet display of models .Raging form around $15 to $25.
    Looks like the Auto World kits..Thought some of your builders might be interested.
    Rusty
    Rusty

  • #2
    Good to know! I was in there yesterday and I didn't pay attention to anything like that but as I was heading towards the checkouts I saw a man with a model car kit in his hands and ALMOST asked him where he got it but I didn't bother to and I was wondering when they started carrying model kits...maybe they always have but I never payed attention...possibly more towards Christmas they will blow them out
    TOM...HOME RACING GOO GOO!!!

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    • lance
      lance commented
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      walmart has not carried model kits for several years. I am always looking for what cars they have that maybe a cool slot car 1/32 and 1/24. nice to know they have them, even if just for a short time.

  • #3
    Why am I always a day late and a dollar short?

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    • Pappy
      Pappy commented
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      Could be the time zone you're in.

  • #4
    Saw the model display at the local WM last week. The display was four-sided, sitting on a pallet. Merchandise piled up on two sides so it was hard to see what was all there.
    $6.97 for a tube of Testor’s glue.

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    • #5
      no model section at my local wal mart

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      • BIG E
        BIG E commented
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        Probably in the toy department.

      • docdoom
        docdoom commented
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        nope not there

      • Dave Kennedy
        Dave Kennedy commented
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        Usually what Walmart does is buy a cardboard display (CDU-cardboard display unit-that's how it's talked about in the retail business) for a seasonal "island" in stores in most markets. it's a cardboard box, they open up and leave on the pallet it came on.

    • #6
      I saw the display at my local Walmart in N.H. But since gone

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