There are many more to go and they are still pouring out to subscribers around the glode, the only ones I wouldn't want are the UK models which are actually 1/76 models already available from the likes of Corgi only sometimes even worse than the original issues. Although the only overseas decker so far is the Berlin bus I hope that they widen the range a bit. There are lots of amazing prototypes from the old USSR which could be tackled and the complimentary tram models in smaller 1/86 continental scale are wonderful and just beg to be motorised whilst the esoteric French autorail or railbus models are off on a tangent so far away from the norm that they have to be some models of the century for their reasonable price. Love it or hate it Ebay is probably the best place to pick up those issued abroad. There are some beauties from Hungary at present on the shops but they can attract optimistically high prices which are best avoided so as not to encourage greediness. Let everybody make a reasonable mark up, few fortunes are now made through this medium.
Talking of bargains we got a communication from Scottish Power about our gas and electric supply tarif and as instructed enquired about other tariffs, if we went online we would save about £200 so trued to register but their site is useless, their call centre rubbish, there whole operation poorly rated and after a million years as customers through the legacy forbears we've swapped to the Co-op as not only do we pay 33 % less they even give the divi on fuel for members.I'm having a short last pre Christmas sale from midnight, then I'll put the shop holiday setting on. Last night I finished the picture side of the latest Australian bus DVD archive, now I must tackle the sounds, the hardest part. Some shots of the south American Atlas / IXO buses