66920Re: [Z_Scale] Re: GP7 Shell Swap Q
- May 9, 2011Dave,
I know the frustration that comes from having to baby sit balky locos or
less than ideal performance of anything mechanical. One can't always keep
an eye open for the mule to keep moving or working right as it takes the joy
out of the whole experience. Just imagine the fun of having to remove lost
rolling stock or cars from inside my modules....lots of fun you bet.
Besides, we're all growing too old for that nonsense, and just because we
don't always function correctly doesn't mean our trains can't. :o)
I know how important it is for your layout display to function properly so
if your resident loco wizard ends up scratching his head, (careful, that's
how I lost most of my hair) then by all means wrap up a care package in care
of Gail at MTL and send them off to be repaired/replaced.
Tell Gail I told you to send them. She'll do one of two things, either roll
on the floor laughing loudly, or run out of the office screaming, "Loren's
at it again!"
A little crab grass in the flower garden of Gail's life,
From: David Epling
Date: 5/9/2011 12:06:51 PM
Subject: Re: [Z_Scale] Re: GP7 Shell Swap Q
Thanks Loren, I think that is going to be our last option. Bob will be here
at the museum late Friday so I imagine he'll give it another shot and then
likely call it a day if we can't get anything going.
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