I have a quantity of various model engineering magazines spanning the last 20 years or so which are now taking up much valued space in the workshop. As I rarely read them I am starting to think about getting rid of them, but before I recycle them I wondered if it was either worth the effort of trying to eBay them or to find a good home.
I'm assuming someone on here has already been through this and wondered if you had any advice?
I have a quantity of various model engineering magazines spanning the last 20 years or so which are now taking up much valued space in the workshop.
I'm in a somewhat similar position to Darren. It's not just the space but also the stark realisation that I'll never re-read them all. If anyone is interested in taking a substantial quantity of Model Engineer, earliest issue around 1100 (1920's) and/or English Mechanics around the same era (with several LBSC designs), please PM me and we can discuss ways and means. I'm UK based, in Somerset, but willing to consider meeting part way to minimise carriage costs. No money involved, just like to find someone else to enjoy them.
Bob (if interested, please allow me time to retrieve and sort them from various hidey holes!)
Post by standardsteam on Aug 29, 2014 13:06:18 GMT
Not to pounce on the thread, but I've got a limited amount of copies I have two copies of and I'd be willing to give away rather than turn to pulp - carriage costs being usually more than the market value.