When the 1:64 stuff barely fits on the printer, the 1:24 stuff won't even slice. I'm not even sure if my smallest building will print at 1:24.
Most consignment shops take 20% or more, so it's way better than that. You do have to do most the work, though.
I haven't gotten anything yet from Joe. We've got our second on the way, so having a little extra money would be very nice. No idea when they're releasing our refund, I'm just about ready to e-mail our tax prep people and see if they can do anything.
the 1:64 stuff? I guess 12.55% isn't so bad considering they make things really easy for both buyer and seller. Speaking of keeping up. I'm not even sure the Treasury is keeping up. I've received the same "You're entitled to...blah blah blah... you need not do anything" message from Joe THREE... more
Yes, it is. It's close to 3 times larger.- Puckdropper,Mon Jul 19 2021 4:51am
Or is this more for model car hobbyist? Did you receive the letters in the mail? That's the one that I've gotten like 3 of. I just checked my bank and I got my $300 direct deposited on 7/15. Are you guys getting audited or something? We received our money a lonnnng time ago. I know the state... more
It's too bad 1:64 is popular for cars and 1:87 is popular for trains. It'd be great to have more scale cars and inexpensive ones at that. Oh well. Looks like the 1:64 market sells well so I'll keep making buildings at that scale and print off only a few at 1:87. I got a letter about "we think someone... more
It sounds like the type of thing that if you trust them to fix it without being followed up on, it will bounce around in limbo forever. My brother in law worked for the IRS for a short time. He hated it. I don't think he was even there a year.