I've been giving this some thought and it has just occurred to me that maybe we are missing a trick here.
With all the publicity we have made sure that these kites are now too hot to handle almost anywhere in the world (there can't be a serious Rev flier on the planet that doesn't know it) but the question we have to ask is, does the toe rag that nicked them, I think he needs to be made aware that they are going to be very difficult to off load and that any one who can appreciate their true value is also going to know they will never be able to fly them, at least not in public.
Oh I wasn't helping - I just fancy a bargain!
Good point Bob, and indeed in the flyer I have been passing out it does say that these kites are of very little value to anyone except myself. The radio station here has done a story on them also, so there will be people that do not fly at least aware they may run into them.. I wish I didn't feel that the longer they are gone.... the less chance we have of recovering them, but.....
Fraser.... If you get a good deal, then you have to give me one too.. K? hugs... lol