Many thanks to everyone who stopped by at both the Amherst and Timonium shows. A few new customers found our pre order and show delivery service “interesting”. That’s fine with us — just another service offered to those who become part of our extended family.
New to our shelves are Microscale decal setting solutions: MI-1 Micro Set prepares the surface with special wetting agents and slightly softens the decal film to make it more flexible so that it will conform better to the model’s surface. MI-2 Mirco Sol setting solution is for the most difficult irregular surfaces to be found on models. Both are now available with additions to the line in the future.
We appreciate the interest in the TCS WOW Diesel kits — lots sold — restocking order will be here soon. All WOW sounds sold are the newest versions from the factory. Keep Alive™ 3 & 4’s will be back in quantity.
Apologies to some callers regarding a return phone call: When I’m doing a show I have no provisions for checking the answering machine; making my first day back a very busy one. All calls are returned. My cardiac rehab schedule changes based on how I’m doing — another small delay (and thanks as always for your understanding).
Other apologies to some customers regarding delivery times. Things are getting tighter all over the hobby, and many of my 1 and 2 person vendors are getting part time jobs to make ends meet or financial reasons have cropped up. This makes wait times longer. Another brief note to some individuals — I don’t have the resources to own a fleet of delivery drones nor does the name “Amazon” appear in any of my literature (I do the best I can).
February 25-26 will see us at the Allentown Spring Thaw Trainmeet. March has us unfortunately missing the Midwest NG Meet but we’ll be at the RPM East meet in Greensburg, PA on March 24-25. April shows include Timonium (9-10) and Gardiner, NY for the Mid Hudson On30 Meet (21-22).
See you down the line somewhere.
ATMA “Spring Thaw” Trainmeet in Ag Hall @ Fairgrounds.
Info at www.allentowntrainmeet.com