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    That could very well be the Global Shipping you're looking at?
    The GSP is a great easy way to sell and ship world wide for the seller, but the buyers in countries outside the US will Take it in the rear on shipping as EBAY will only ship the item International Priority, with ins, and it also includes any other charges: Import Duties and such.

    They do this to make it easy on the US shippers and to fill their own pockets.

    The only thing good about it is that they will protect the seller against basically anything but at the buyers expense.

    If not, then it might be the most expensive choice that can be made, such as "Overnight" Depending on which shipping method the seller setup first, would be the one that shows. Sometimes check the Shipping Tab for other shipping options.

    And sometimes the seller just gets greedy, at which point you need to turn that auction/seller over to eBay and point out outrageous shipping charges.
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    Quote Originally Posted by John Molson View Post
    At this price... I could ship to the moon!

    http://i1007.photobucket.com/albums/...20Shipping.jpg

    Price calculated from Vincennes, Indiana to Montreal, Quebec!!!
    You maybe surprised to learn that isn't uncommon for wagons from USA to Australia...

    I've been quoted to ship 1 x Digitrax Decoder $25.00 - 120.00

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    Maybe they are shipping from Indiana via taxi.
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    Doesn't help that the exchange rate - the Aussie $ is worth 1/2 a sardine at the moment

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bird View Post
    Doesn't help that the exchange rate - the Aussie $ is worth 1/2 a sardine at the moment
    That's great for me, so can you find a AC condenser fan for a 2002 Mitsubishi Magna? I need one for my '03 Diamante.

    All joking aside (not really joking as I do need that fan lol) that kinda sucks...
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    Tooooooo.... funny...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jimmi View Post
    Yes, that is the correct tender for that diesel.
    Seems legit to me.

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    So thats what my Gevos need.....tenders

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    Reposting - Following this guy since Sep 2012 asking price at the time $795, Now 3yrs and 2 months later, having dropped his price in 2014 to $495. You have to admit that Big Dave is tough as nails. Three cheers for Dave. Hang in there Dave.
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    Seems like a good deal LOL
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    He's got another for $23, must have been a typo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by silver69 View Post
    This is why you have to be careful where you put the decimal point!
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    I was digging for some decoder info tonight and ran across this.

    http://www.ebay.com/itm/Digitrax-DN...386956?hash=item5b1f22a08c:g:NrYAAOSwFqJWlzQZ

    Not today Skippy, not when I can pickup an up to date version for $9.01 cheaper and free shipping!

    $9.39 Standard Shipping -- Really??

    I'm surprised they didn't add "RARE"
    Sellars like this gives the entire ebay community a bad name.
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    I was looking today for European trams. I saw the same tram set up for $60 auction used and up to $450 new. MSRP new is around $140 if they were still available.

    Luckily I found what I really wanted much cheaper somewhere else.
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    mpgEeuaFMI1IrDcPwoXW-sg" target="_blank">http://www.ebay.com/itm/Model-Train-...I1IrDcPwoXW-sg

    I'd gladly sell the two that I have together for that price!

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    Quote Originally Posted by RailKing50 View Post
    mpgEeuaFMI1IrDcPwoXW-sg" target="_blank">http://www.ebay.com/itm/Model-Train-...item1e73e4a251mpgEeuaFMI1IrDcPwoXW-sg

    I'd gladly sell the two that I have together for that price!
    shame shipping is so expensive$29.16 International Priority Shipping to Australia via the Global Shipping Program LOL

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    10 of them for that price would be the correct price, the rapido couplers are of course vintage
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