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3rdrail

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More new decals from Tom Stolte at Oddballs
« on: May 25, 2007, 08:41:23 AM »
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In spite of the cutoff of ALPS and FirstCheck cartridges, it appears Tom Stolte is becoming more active. Got the latest in an email this morning:

New decals from Oddballs Decals - N, S, HO & O scale

940 QA&P caboose
http://mopac1.tripod.com/940.gif

941 QA&P 50 ft boxcar
http://mopac1.tripod.com/941.jpg

942 Ferromex 3 bay covered hopper
http://mopac1.tripod.com/942.jpg

943 CGW articulated flat 12-64
http://mopac1.tripod.com/943.gif

Prefix numbers for N scale 60-. HO scale 87-. S scale 64-. O scale 48-.
N & HO scale retail price $3.50. S & O scale retail price $6.75. These
should be in your favorite hobby shop within the next month or so.

If ordering direct, please include $1.75 for p&h. Up to date catalog N,
HO, S & O scale, $8.00, plus $4.60 for p&h.

That 50 ft. wooden boxcar is interesting...


bsoplinger

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Re: More new decals from Tom Stolte at Oddballs
« Reply #1 on: May 26, 2007, 10:08:07 AM »
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In spite of the cutoff of ALPS and FirstCheck cartridges, it appears Tom Stolte is becoming more active. Got the latest in an email this morning:

Well, the very active users of the ALPS printer knew the cutoff was coming. One of the suppliers, Tango Papa, offered a pay over 3 months plan to buy bulk supplies in December (you ordered it all then and paid for a third), for deliver in January, February and March. That got delayed with shipping delays (guess the boat(s) got lost ;) and I just got my final third of my supplies 2 weeks ago. I now have 30 white carts and a bunch of colors and metallics, enough to least me years (probably til I die). And of course, Tango Papa still has stock of many carts and replacements can be gotten via the EU for the next few years (at about double the current cost).

So I'm sure folks like Tom stocked up on cartridges and will have supplies for the next few years at least.

Brian

bsoplinger

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Re: More new decals from Tom Stolte at Oddballs
« Reply #2 on: May 26, 2007, 10:09:31 AM »
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That 50 ft. wooden boxcar is interesting...

It does indeed. Does anyone have more info on QA&P, like what timeframes this car would be around?

shortliner

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Re: More new decals from Tom Stolte at Oddballs
« Reply #3 on: May 26, 2007, 05:00:04 PM »
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I'dplace that car around the 1920s at first glance. Best bet is to ask the folks at www.frisco.org - sinc QAP was part of Frisco, they should be able to help you.