[modeleng] Re: request for info on book.

Thanks Terry, but the trouble with e-bay is postage. I am not going to 
find a "continental" vendor and it wil be a problem (I know from past 
experience) to find an Englishman who is willing and/or able to ship to 
the mainland for a price that doesn't make the total come out very close 
to that of a new copy....

Patrick

Terry Lane wrote:

>I wouldn't be without mine, even though it is a considerably earlier edition
>the information is still relevant. What I would do Patrick, is look on
>eBay - you should be able to find an earlier one for a fraction of that
>price.
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>>1) I have said my piece on the "OT" issue, and its "German" connection.
>> I have taken in everybodies comments and I have given those comments
>>much thought.
>>I also suggest that we leave it at that.
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>>2) An "OT" (On Toppic) issue now.
>>I am about to order "Machinery Handbook 27th Edition" ( at 90 Euro's or
>>60 GBP) and I was wondering if any of you had any thoughts on that book
>>(before I spend my hard earned penny's)
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>>Patrick
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