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Re: PC: Re: PC Passenger car book
- Subject: Re: PC: Re: PC Passenger car book
- From: Chuck Friedlein <cfriedlein@xxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Mon, 22 Jan 2001 21:39:35 -0800
- Delivered-to: fixup-penn-central -AT- smellycat.com@fixme
Speaking as an R7D person, I'd vote for both. Will somebody let me know when the
Passenger car book is ready, and how to order one/
BTW, I'll be swithcing ISP's prteey soon, so please use the new address below for
any replies on this--thanks.
<ironhorse -AT- sprintmail.com>
S C Sillato wrote:
> On Mon, 22 Jan 2001 rharris -AT- columbus.k12.oh.us wrote:
> > Jerry Jordak says:
> > Right now we already have one book project going?the PC passenger car guide
> > reprint. I'm sure that before we start a project to publish a locomotive
> > book that we'd have to first look at the sales of the passenger car book to
> > see if it would be fiscally a worthwhile venture (hint, hint).
> > IMO, sales of a passenger car book should never be used as a measure of the
> > potential success of a book on either locomotives or freight cars. Again,
> > in my opinion, the only good passenger car is painted yellow for MOW
> > service, so a book along passenger car lines wouldn't move me to buy it,
> > even though it is PC.
> > Robin L. Harris
> I have to agree with Robin. I'm not much of a passenger car buff, other
> than riding on them. Would it be worth doing a poll on my list to see the
> interest from the modelers side?
> Steve Sillato
> Forty is the old age of youth; fifty the youth of old age.
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