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  • Kez
    May 4, 2009
      What's wrong Steve? Are you having a bad day? Was this post at all necessary?
      I don't believe that Malcolm wrote ANYTHING here to imply that his containers
      are the only correct ones. And your experience is your experience, no one
      else's. And if there was no such thing as prototype containers, then how come
      all of those containers can stay together so well on a moving train? Somehow
      they seem to match up.

      You are out of line, and I believe you owe Malcolm AND the list an apology.

      Please everyone, think before you post.

      ----- Original Message -----
      From: "stevegail" <sschulman541@...>
      To: <z_scale@yahoogroups.com>
      Sent: Monday, May 04, 2009 8:56 PM

      > Malcolm--In a previous life-time (16 years in the toy business), I did a lot
      of importing from the Orient and I can tell you from "cubing out containers"
      that there is NO such thing as a prototype dimension. Every shipper and every
      manufacture of containers had their own idea as to what a 40' containers cube
      was. Your statement is pure bunk and is only trying to justify your containers
      as the only ones that are correct.
      > --Steve from the other Phoenix
      > --
      > >
      > > As far as the rest of it, all I can say is, you get what you pay for,
      > > and while the MTL containers are pretty close to prototype dimensions (but
      > > not exact), .
      > >
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