Large model of BOB - Thames Valley Air Ambulance

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Large model of BOB - Thames Valley Air Ambulance

Sadly we are looking for a new home for our model of our old helicopter - BOB. We have had BOB a number of years and used it for a number of fundraising events but now we are choosing to auction it off - all money will go to the life-saving work of Thames Valley Air Ambulance.

Dimensions:

  • 170cm length
  • 26cm body width
  • 168cm wing-span

Wear and Tear:

Over the years the helicopter has picked up some wear and tear which could be fixed to make BOB spick and span.

  • Crack and hole in the windscreen
  • The electric blades do not rotate anymore due to a part of the blade becoming unscrewed.

Collection/delivery

The model helicopter is obviously very large and comes in a huge box so posting is not viable. We can deliver to anywhere within Berkshire, Oxfordshire or Buckinghamshire. Alternatively you can come to our office in High Wycombe to collect.

 

For more information please contact David who will be more than happy to send you more photos and information about BOB.

 

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Large model of BOB - Thames Valley Air Ambulance
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