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Would there be any interest in the Society producing a set of drift cards (these are 4x6 cards showing the actual color samples of a railroad) for our roads? If so, how much would you be willing to pay? The ACL set would include 18 - 20 colors, covering everything from boxcars to buildings.
-- Paul Faulk (email@example.com), September 19, 2002
Go for it!
-- Jim Roquemore (firstname.lastname@example.org), September 26, 2002.
To echo most of the previous posts - I would like (1) the option of buying drift cards for individual railroads; (2) for it to include everything - locomotives, rolling stock structures; and (3) should be in the range of $20 - $30.
-- Bill Parks (email@example.com), September 25, 2002.
Yes, without a doubt. I would expand it to the colors used for structures as well, especially the hard to match sign board colors. As a matter of fact, if anyone has a set for structures, I would be willing to send for them right now.
-- Scott Lofreddo (firstname.lastname@example.org), September 25, 2002.
I would be interested in drift cards. I agree that members be allowed to purchase only the roads they're interested in.
-- Richard Stallworth (ThisIsR@aol.com), September 23, 2002.
I would be interested. I would ask that you be allowed to order only the road of choice and not be required to purchase as a package. Price is always the deciding factor.
-- Nelson Whitley (email@example.com), September 23, 2002.
Yes, I'd be interested, especially if they were in the <$30 range.
-- Paul Bizier (firstname.lastname@example.org), September 21, 2002.
I'd be interested in drift cards. Perhaps they could be broken down into sub groups, such as engines, buildings, cars, etc. and sold in that manner. It would all depend on the cost.
-- Dave George (email@example.com), September 20, 2002.
Now that we've dealt with the rules here, perhaps we can get back to Paul's initial comment about drift cards....if you're interested in a set of d.c.'s ....let's hear from you!!! BD, Webmaster
-- Buck Dean (firstname.lastname@example.org), September 20, 2002.