Re: Freudenreich Feinwerktechnik 40' Reefer Containers
- Hi Jim, just wondering what is the status of the reefer containers.
--- In Z_Intermodal@yahoogroups.com, "jim_manley_alpha_six"
> GreetingZ Tim, Harald, Randy, and All Other IntermodalerZ,
> I'm typing this from the Fullerton Railroad Days event (about 15
> Southeast of DiZneyland :) where we ZoCal guyZ (well, I guess I'mthe
> dishonorary chief bottlewasher ;) are exhibiting the moduleZ thatthe
> memberZ have been slaving over since our first exhibition with thethe
> local moduleZ since January in Anaheim. It's at the Fullerton train
> station, so there's everything from prototype steam and diesel all
> way down to Z (it's a little harder for the kids to try to climb on150
> the Z, but, they still try! ):
> If someone else hasn't already done so, I'll volunteer to buy the
> undecorated reefer containerZ from Harald, and turn around thepeople
> individual orderZ to everyone else on this side of The Pond at
> whatever is the pro-rata cost to each of uZ. We accept ViZa,
> MaZterCard, Diner'Z Club, American ExpreZZ, PayPal, and preferably,
> hard, cold, caZh! Since these are so small and light, and most
> don't want as many as I usually do, I'm guessing that they can befew
> mailed from here for not much more than first class letter postage
> (Priority Mail is usually the best trade-off for cost, speed,
> trackability, insurability, etc., once something costs more than a
> bucks to mail).couple
> My PayPal account is my e-mail address (jim_manley@...), my
> phone number is 408-910-2128, and pots of gold can be sent to 329 N.
> Bayview Ave., Sunnyvale, CA 94085-4325, but wait until I've got the
> order from Harald before sending any money or body partZ ;)
> Well, I'd better get back to "rewarding" kids who keep bumping Bill
> Hoshiko's Micro-Track double-loop demo layout (we've only had a
> of "earthquakes" knock the trainZ from the trackZ, though - Z istickin'"! :)
> indeed "Like a rock", and "Takes a lickin', but keepZ on
> All Z BeZt,
> --- In Z_Intermodal@yahoogroups.com, Randall Smidt <randy@> wrote:
> >If we can get a bulk order to the USA together, can we get a lower
> >shipping rate? That way, you would only have to mail one
> >Is Uncle Will looking for more of them? (I never knew he had themEURO
> >until they were gone, the first time).
> > FR.model@ wrote:
> > --> Hello Tim and all the other INTERMODALERS,
> > I have another bunch of injection moulded 40' reefer containers
> > in work (about 150-200 units or so). They are made from light grey
> > styrene. I can sell them in sets of 10 each at EURO 21.00 plus
> > 8.00 for shipping registered air mail to the States. EURO 29.00is
> > currently about USD 40.00least
> > I can produce them painted and pad printed for ACL but need at
> > 100 units to make the print job affordable. The painted andprinted
> > container cost EURO 4.00 each.
> > Best Regards,
> > Harald
- --- In Z_Intermodal@yahoogroups.com, "Tim" <sgt_tim1@...> wrote:
>Would like to see a Cronos Container, Triton Container, or Neptune
> Does this mean I should stock up on some reefer decals?
> Hobo Tim
> p.s. Any additional roadname requests??????
T-Online eMailHello All,
this week I will ship 110 undecorated 40' reefer containers to Jim Manley to
spread them in the States.
As you probably know we have discontinued our 5 piece articulated Gunderson Maxi III stack.
In the future we produce them as kits without trucks and decals occasionally (on demand).
Next week I will have a last few finished CSX-units from stock parts available. Theycome
with 20 containers of 20' size each. I rather post this information at this list before I give it a green
availability button at my web shop. These are really the last Maxi III units coming from my
For the future I have scheduled other intermodal items. It is still too early to post detailed