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38 rerun is noted as most parts have been injected but covid19 has caused painting delays.
Why do people have to request to be put on a mailing list, when they were on one previously?
Having been a Eureka customer previously and my email details the only thing that have not changed, why is there a problem there now with getting the news letters?
I was however sent a copy of the latest newsletter from another person who WAS previously on their list, but he also only got a forwarded copy as well, also mentioned that there was supposed to be a downloadable attachment on the newsletter that the original recipient could not download/open.
Maybe a coronary virus has hit them.
As for what gunzel42 says, who in all honesty trust Eureka even outside of the current issues in China regarding any models being produced in a reasonable time frame? In the latest edition, if I read correctly the 59cl seems to have nil or next to nil work carried out for its production, yet how many years back was it announced and would arrive the following year? Of notice also is the RTC wagons, that are now to be a joint program with SDS at least with SDS involved its more than probable for those models to actually arrive.
One other interesting thing in the newsletter is the statement that only one edition per year will be mailed out owing to costs, that at least is a fair point, but if the cost is an issue, why not get their webb site up and running properly and post the news on that page with the ability to be downloaded.