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  • dar981
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    This set was a present, a friend found this on facebook.

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  • dar981
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    I won another auction, I was not sure what the set was, till i realised it had very specific pieces.

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    It is the tractor/digger set.

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  • dar981
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    Re: looking for Bido/Dibo Construction kits, not sure if the name is correct (not bil

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    Had spare parts to constructed the AA gun that the jeep was supposed to tow.

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  • Pussywillow
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    Re: looking for Bido/Dibo Construction kits, not sure if the name is correct (not bil

    Being a vulgar git am I the only one here who ready the title of this thread as 'dildo' ?

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  • dar981
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    Re: looking for Bido/Dibo Construction kits, not sure if the name is correct (not bil

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    Recieved with thanks, thought I'd post the set, was obviously military in design. Assume it was a truck or jeep. Had to work from memory, no pictures. I must have dismantled it three times. Got there in the end.

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  • dar981
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    Re: looking for Bido/Dibo Construction kits, not sure if the name is correct (not bil

    Won another set, 99p...mini
    set:

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  • dar981
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    Re: looking for Bido/Dibo Construction kits, not sure if the name is correct (not bil

    found some more, purchased another set...
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  • dar981
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    Re: looking for Bido/Dibo Construction kits, not sure if the name is correct (not bil

    More Dibo found, whats interesting is one of these has a kit poster with it.
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  • dar981
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    Re: looking for Bido/Dibo Construction kits, not sure if the name is correct (not bil



    More Dibo Found... These are the mini sets, themed boxes came with each pack.
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  • dar981
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    Re: looking for Bido/Dibo Construction kits, not sure if the name is correct (not bil

    Found more kits, the single item kit is in line with my original thoughts, typical of what you saw in a small shop on a hook, the rest is just great to see more appearing after 30 years. I still find this fascinating that I played and constructed these items as a child...
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  • dar981
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    Re: looking for Bido/Dibo Construction kits, not sure if the name is correct (not bil

    Originally posted by Joolz View Post
    Turns out I have a bit more of it than I thought, it never looked like many bits, but I managed to built most of an artillery gun. To be honest it's the only time I've built anything out of it, the scrap of cardboard is the only sort of instructions I've got, and I'd never really got my head around how build with it.
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    as a child i cant believe i actually played with this stuff, seems so much more complicated as an adult...

    The question is, what are your plans for your pieces? would you consider selling it to me?

    Let me know...regards

    as a guide, the small sets sold for around 3, i bought the larger set for 9 + postage on ebay... the big sets were around 15-20..I do not think my father knew what he purchased at the time, now its almost non existant, so its nice to see that picture...

    Dar981
    Last edited by dar981; 15-03-2014, 17:12.

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  • Joolz
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    Re: looking for Bido/Dibo Construction kits, not sure if the name is correct (not bil

    Turns out I have a bit more of it than I thought, it never looked like many bits, but I managed to built most of an artillery gun. To be honest it's the only time I've built anything out of it, the scrap of cardboard is the only sort of instructions I've got, and I'd never really got my head around how build with it.
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  • dar981
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    Re: looking for Bido/Dibo Construction kits, not sure if the name is correct (not bil

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ID:	260519AA gun rendered from memory, and from real parts, no treads to fit those wheels yet...

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  • dar981
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ID:	260517 AA gun rendered from memory, and from real parts, I forgot the wheels eek.,.

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  • dar981
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    Re: looking for Bido/Dibo Construction kits, not sure if the name is correct (not bil

    I was delayed in replying as I had lots going on at home, but would be interested if you could post some pics, so I can see what you have...

    Thanks!

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