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Old 01-21-2006, 01:05 AM
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not sure yet about this one - guess I'm too stupid and want more pics. - got this in via Ebay today - gotta love the Gotz though







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- thanks Willy Naylor for helping me - I couldn't find a source for Grandt Line.

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Hi Alex,

Sorry, probably you are looking for a Grandt Line dealer near to you, and you already have checked their site, but you can also order Grandt line products directly from them by email, telephone or facsimile, and they ship very fast!
I did it from Italy: I purchased their wingnuts and some bolts.

Here is the link to their product page:

http://www.grandtline.com/model_railroad/a...ables_pages.htm

Sorry again if I gave you an information you already had!

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Hi Alex,

Sorry, probably you are looking for a Grandt Line dealer near to you, and you already have checked their site, but you can also order Grandt line products directly from them by email, telephone or facsimile, and they ship very fast!
I did it from Italy: I purchased their wingnuts and some bolts.

Here is the link to their product page:

http://www.grandtline.com/model_railroad/a...ables_pages.htm

Sorry again if I gave you an information you already had!

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No need to apologize! I had found their site, but was wanting to get something on-line vs. calling, faxing, or sending something via email. I will more than likely go to them in the near future though.

thanks for your help!
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No need to apologize! I had found their site, but was wanting to get something on-line vs. calling, faxing, or sending something via email. I will more than likely go to them in the near future though.

thanks for your help!
Hi Alex,

I know what you mean...But, you know, here in Italy we do not have all the resources you got overthere so sometimes I have to pass through quite annoying purchasing procedures if I really want something!!! I did it also for World War II Productions resin tracks from Australia: I couldn't find any internet seller so I had to place an order directly with them by Fax...I had to send also my credit card number in four separate emails to keep the details safe!

Luca

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I believe it is all Ebay's fault...We all got the bad habit to purchase almost everything with just the famous "one click"
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I had given up on ever seeing these... until today

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How did you get yours so fast? Lucky you.
Why not take a picture of you in it so we can see what you look like
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How did you get yours so fast? Lucky you.
Why not take a picture of you in it so we can see what you look like
I ordered it the day of the initial post regarding the shop & did the fastest shipping option thing.

Avert your eyes ...I did in this pic :lol:

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I thought you would be fatter for some reason :lol: (I'll post my pic when my shirt comes)
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