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Old 10-15-2020, 11:24 PM
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Almost every Sat V part is available on the Estes website, except the capsule set, so you may be onto something there.


I looked earlier today, I was surprised to see that the Apollo capsule is gone. So is the Mercury capsule. Yet, the LEM Shroud and plastic fins for the #2157 Saturn V are still listed. I bought those awhile back, to upgrade older #2157 kits I have.
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Old 10-17-2020, 08:54 AM
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I looked earlier today, I was surprised to see that the Apollo capsule is gone. So is the Mercury capsule. Yet, the LEM Shroud and plastic fins for the #2157 Saturn V are still listed. I bought those awhile back, to upgrade older #2157 kits I have.
I contacted Estes in April about the Apollo capsule, when they first went out of stock on the website.

Sandra responded: "Thank you for contacting Estes customer service. We are expecting more of the Saturn V Capsule set available in September. Please continue to check our website for updates, I am hoping they arrive sooner."
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Old 10-17-2020, 03:04 PM
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I figured they'd have to have the Apollo capsules available since they're used on the Saturn 1B release.
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