Panzers For SALE! Collectors, do I have your attention?
Posted January 26, 2012 - 04:29 PM
I was browsing through different threads and posts and found that there are orders being taken for a FIRST IN A SERIES 1/12th scale replica of the T758ES!
There are about 250 orders in now, and they need a minimum of 300 for the toy manufacturer (Top Shelf Replicas out of Ridge Farm IL) to commit to the production. There will only be enough produced to fulfill the orders.
The cost is estimated at $80.00 per replica plus an estimated $15.00 shipping fee per unit ordered.
The link to the order form on Garden Tractor Talks home page is inoperative at this time and I have notified the seller. They are getting the "tech guys" on it. The phone number is listed on the ad though. The phone number to call for the waiting list is 1-812-490-3607. They are currently taking orders. Don't miss this rare opportunity.
The scale replicas will be about 6" long, 4" wide and 3" tall.
When the 300 minimum is met, everyone on the waiting list will be contacted to verify their order and quantity. At this time credit card information will be collected. Production is estimated at 2-3 months. At this time it is just a waiting list. NO credit card information will be collected at this time!
Everyone that wished they could buy a Pennsylvania Panzer brand new, now has the opportunity!
I am ordering AT LEAST three. One to display, one to "Save" and a third to give to my dad....who also has a Pennsylvania Panzer. He did get me started on these things!
How many Panzers do you have? Order one replica for each full size model. Save them for the kids and grandkids! They can have a tractor to play with outside and a toy to play with inside!
Maybe I should try my hand in marketing! Lol. I just convinced myself to buy these.
Posted January 26, 2012 - 08:44 PM
Posted January 26, 2012 - 09:05 PM
Posted January 27, 2012 - 08:43 AM
Posted January 27, 2012 - 07:24 PM
Edited by Clint, January 27, 2012 - 11:50 PM.
Rep was not from Garden Tractor Talk. Edited and corrected. My apologies.
Posted January 27, 2012 - 07:29 PM
I just received a call from a Garden Tractor Talk representative. He said, "There was not enough interest and we are scrapping the project." He said, "Maybe someday." I am super bummed.
Do you mean Lawn and Garden Collector Magazine?