You called people "maggots" for POSSIBLY profitting from Don and Catol's situation (something I'm sure they wouldn't do)... Yes Bill I not only know what you meant, I even understand why you said it. Kinda sad...
LOL...maybe you and Tom can convince them to let you two review thier orders and "protect" them from being exploited by some of those customers. Maybe if you feel as strongly about this (possible) problem as you seem to be....you could even insist on it? How about people who order thier products and never get around to using them? Must they keeep them for fear of being "maggots" if they sell them for more than they paid?
It would be great if the Bronco is a 3n1 with both tops (and therefore easily built as a roadster too). ...and/or both the 6 and the V8 The wheels in the ad look kinda tiny....easily fixed, if so, i guess. I also hope they get the "too high" roof right (memories of the recent "chopped" 90 Mustang kits come to mind). Really looking forward to this one.....and I'm very glad it's coming from Revell and not Moebius.
Never really thought about an early Bronco kit....hope they do a good job with it, it should be a great seller for them and a fun kit for us. Just think about how many different versions one could build!
I believe it's generally referred to as "Capitalism"....it's been around for sometime now. Modelhaus was making a decent profit on things others designed/created....far more cheaply than it cost the OEMs. Yet that's OK... I guess it's just a matter of perception?
Like the quality of their kits...thier customer service apparently varies quite a bit. It seems to me their products should be getting better with each kit but that doesn't seem to be the case....very disappointing to me.
Looks like it has had a "wash"..very tough to do nicely on these..grille bars are very thin and shallow. Unfortunately, photo etch grilles are the only ones that really look good. Fortunately there are beautiful ones availble.