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 Posted: Wed Sep 17th, 2008 01:12 am
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Daniel Osvaldo Caso
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Woodie:
            I can't wait to see those photos!
            About the name: I don't know... It feels as a  coat five sizes too big for me! And most than all: then you must name the coming  kits after my sons, my dougther and then you would be also forcing me to produce new kits after  my three grandchils's names...
           
                             Daniel



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 Posted: Fri Sep 26th, 2008 08:16 am
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This is one cool car!  Great job on everything!



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 Posted: Fri Sep 26th, 2008 09:32 pm
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Daniel-when I get past some other mess I am working on, I will take a photo of the brake parts. I think you will like it. I just want you to know that everyone who sees your car wants one, even if it is 32 scale! Again, thanks for the opportunity to build this first-rate kit, you are the best!

               Woodie 



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Woodie:
            Thank you for your words. Don't hurry with the photos, BUT: when you are going to shoot  some, make them a lot so I can see my coach in many places at Mogollon Ry. I would love that!

                             Daniel



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Hi Logeron-Talltimber :


                                                                            (Don't you have a normal name?
                                                                             Calling you Talltimber makes it
                                                                             too impersonal and it gives me
                                                                             the feelling
                                                                             I am talking to a computer
                                                                             not to someone)





                   Thank you for your words. Woodie has done a very nice job indeed.


                                       Daniel



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Hi all:
         After a loooong long search I've been able to arrange the laser cuttings for the coach kit. I would like to state very clear: I am not earning any money with this  but arranged  all what was needed just for the pleasure to see my design rolling on some of those wonderful rails I'll probably never see except in pictures.
         They are cut in Argentina by a very serious company  I fully trust .  I have also -because a fellow asked for- made a modificated version of the same kit with no side windows and fully planked sides so if someone wants to bash a baggage car or combine it would need to cut the side openings for a slide door and eventually windows. This second kit has no side doors but I've added a separation wall for the inside (with doors) for the case that a combine is wanted. For the same reason this second kit still have the seats.
The coach kit is numbered 1n21-001 and the "baggage"kit 1n21-002.
        Because the sending post  is the same for a weight of 100 to 500grams it would be a variation in the price when more than one kit is ordered.  Includded the packing the box can contain up to 5 kits.  The "baggage" kit is always 18U$S each as long as ordered with at least one coach.
        The posting costs are the same for the whole world.
        The prices for the coach kit are described below. The prices includes apart of the sending costs also the Export taxes.


                                                  1n21-001 COACH KIT
                                      (No underframe/trucks/wheels /couplers)

                       total price (in U$S)                  per kit(in U$S)

1 kit                          39.63.-                              39.63.-

2  kits                       61,71.-                              30,85.-

3  kits                       83,78.--                             27,93.-

4 kits                       105,86.-                             26,46.-

5 kits                       127.93.-                             25,59.-



If someone wants to order may do it directly from   Alejandro Eilberg

                               e-mail:  alexeilberg@fibertel.com.ar

Delivery time is two weeks.


             In case someone order  please remember that my share in all this is to see some pictures of what your hands has done with the kits.

             Of course, you may always contact me for further questions.

             Thank you.


                                      Daniel



     

       



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Beautiful job, the subtle peeling, the bits of blue paint on the truck, the rusting on the railing is terrific, the age you've given the platform......Looks fantastic!

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:moose::moose::moose::moose::moose:

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Si...sorry to report that Daniel's cars and company was discontinued some years ago. A real shame since he offered car kits in various scales but like so often happens..."customers" wanted the kits but needed to wait until tax returns, grandma dies and leaves money, or they won the lottery. You can't run a business on a lick and a promise! I am very proud of the ones I have, I still have a few On20 (On18) car kits to build, someday.

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Hi Woodie.

I've never seen cut-throats, outlaws & down on their luck miners travel is such style !

A great piece of rollin' stock fer sure.

Nice bullet holes !

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