I have a lot of important information to share with you today. I know you are busy and many don’t like to read long posts, so I’ll be brief. Just, please, don’t mistake my brevity for a bad attitude. Now, let’s get to it.
My back went out again this week, so I didn’t get much done. I focused on filling orders.
As of this moment, I have either shipped all outstanding orders, or the resin is curing in the molds. By tomorrow morning, every order I have in house at this moment will have shipped.
Because of my back, I did not get to do any master work. Nor did I get any of the administrative work done I had hoped to finish. Unfortunately, this mean there will be no new releases this week.
STUFF THAT’S GOING AWAY
As of December 1 of this year, 2017, I am going to retire everything I make for the Tamiya Shermans, Pzr IV’s, Panthers and Tigers. If you want or think you’ll ever need any of this stuff, please grab it NOW!
Some of our other older products will also be retired, but I’m not sure exactly which items that will include at the moment. Probably our ammunition and packing tubes and a few other smaller pieces that don’t sell well anymore.
TO MAKE UP FOR DISAPPOINTING YOU
To make up for not releasing the M3 items I had promised, I will post a 25% off everything sale later today. Watch for it!!!
THE FIRST HALF OF DECEMBER
BB and I are going on a short vacation in the first half of December. Consequently, there won’t be anything new then, either. I will focus on shipping sale orders before we leave.
THE SECOND HALF OF DECEMBER
When I get back from our trip, I will have some new releases. Plus, we will re-release the M8 HMC Conversion (re-worked), The Sd.Kfz. 9 6 ton Famo Crane Conversion and the Early Bergepanther Conversion. I may even have a few more surprises for you, but we’ll see how it goes.
THAT IS ALL
OK, that was as short as I know how to be and still make sure you get the information I want you to have. Watch for the sale. It will post this afternoon. And until next time, stay safe and try to build something (preferably something using TMD resin).