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Re: Shipping an AP1100

Horia
 

Thank you Karen, that‘ s very kind.

 

Kind regards,

Horia

 

 

 

Von: main@ap-gto.groups.io <main@ap-gto.groups.io> Im Auftrag von Karen Christen
Gesendet: Mittwoch, 17. Februar 2021 16:57
An: main@ap-gto.groups.io
Betreff: Re: [ap-gto] Shipping an AP1100

 

Horia,

 

We do sell the 1100GTO shipping boxes.  Contact our office at 815.282.1513 if you’re interested.

Karen

AP

 

From: main@ap-gto.groups.io <main@ap-gto.groups.io> On Behalf Of thefamily90 Phillips
Sent: Wednesday, February 17, 2021 8:50 AM
To: main@ap-gto.groups.io
Subject: Re: [ap-gto] Shipping an AP1100

 

Tony, you are the man!

 


From: main@ap-gto.groups.io <main@ap-gto.groups.io> on behalf of Harley Davidson <astrocnc@...>
Sent: Wednesday, February 17, 2021 9:41:48 AM
To: main@ap-gto.groups.io <main@ap-gto.groups.io>
Subject: Re: [ap-gto] Shipping an AP1100

 

Horia

I assume you do not have the original shipping boxes AP uses?

AP ships them with custom foam that encases the mounts RA & DEC axis. There are 4 boxes. They include the RA axis, the Dec axis, the counterweight shaft, and a box that includes the accessories.

As to the hand controller I forget because I kept the controller from my Mach1 and never needed another with my 1100, 1600, or Mach2 mounts.

I would be very careful as to how the mount is packaged. Perhaps AP can send you the two boxes they use for the RA & DEC axis at a cost but I believe well worth it. They ship world wide and know how to make sure they arrive in one piece.

What I do when I ship any AP equipment is DOCUMENT, DOCUMENT, and DOCUMENT. By that I mean take pictures. I show pictures as I pack each component. Then at the shipper once all labels are on the box I take 3 pictures of each box.

In the above picture taken at FedEx you will note numbers I put on each corner of the entire box. Also note that the box is at an angle with the corner closest to the camera lens. All you have to do is take this picture then rotate the box 180° and take your second picture. Now flip the box over with the bottom up and take your last picture. You now have DOCUMENTED this box with 3 pictures prior to the shipper accepting the package. Do this to each box. If something were to happen you can prove how you packaged it and the condition of each box.

Here is what I have in my notes as to weight & size of the 1100:
BOX 1 RA AXIS:
19" long X 15" wide X 16" high @ 31 lbs
BOX 2 DEC AXIS:
16.5" long X 12.5" wide X 16" high @ 21 lbs

Make sure the RA & DEC axis are locked down. That's how I did it.

In this video I did you can see an example of what AP does in shipping mounts. It should start at the proper point in the video. https://youtu.be/BRjWX7rna20?t=449

Hope this helps.     tony

On 2/17/2021 5:08 AM, Horia wrote:

 

I would like to have some details about the best way to package an AP1100 and would like to know how Astro-Physics ships it.

 

Does it originally come in one or more boxes? What are their dimensions and how heavy are they?

 

If in one box, does it come in one piece with RA and DEC bolted together?

 

Should the worm be coupled to the gear? Does it matter? 

 

Is the hand controller in the same box?

 

Kind regards

Horia

 

 


--
Karen Christen
Astro-Physics


Re: Keypad V5.xxx Software Status?

Kent10
 

Also, are the catalog databases going to be updated as planned?  I recall someone from AP mentioned here that the double star catalogs might be updated.  I am really looking forward to that.  Thanks.


Re: Shipping an AP1100

Roland Christen
 

The two axes come separate. When you get them, the Dec axis attaches directly to the Ra with a dovetail system. It is straight forward and easy to do.

Rolando

-----Original Message-----
From: Horia <ATM@...>
To: main@ap-gto.groups.io
Sent: Wed, Feb 17, 2021 4:08 am
Subject: [ap-gto] Shipping an AP1100

 
I would like to have some details about the best way to package an AP1100 and would like to know how Astro-Physics ships it.
 
Does it originally come in one or more boxes? What are their dimensions and how heavy are they?
 
If in one box, does it come in one piece with RA and DEC bolted together?
 
Should the worm be coupled to the gear? Does it matter? 
 
Is the hand controller in the same box?
 
Kind regards
Horia
 

--
Roland Christen
Astro-Physics


Keypad V5.xxx Software Status?

Elenillor
 

Wondering how the updated keypad software is doing and if there is a new projected release time.

John


Re: Shipping an AP1100

fernandorivera3
 

R.A. & Dec. axes are shipped in their individual boxes, not together in one box. 

Hand controller is optional, no longer automatically included with the mount. 


Re: Shipping an AP1100

Horia
 

Tony

 

This is perfect information, thank you very much. And the idea with the photographic documentation is even better!

 

Kind regards,

Horia

 

 

Von: main@ap-gto.groups.io <main@ap-gto.groups.io> Im Auftrag von Harley Davidson
Gesendet: Mittwoch, 17. Februar 2021 15:42
An: main@ap-gto.groups.io
Betreff: Re: [ap-gto] Shipping an AP1100

 

Horia

I assume you do not have the original shipping boxes AP uses?

AP ships them with custom foam that encases the mounts RA & DEC axis. There are 4 boxes. They include the RA axis, the Dec axis, the counterweight shaft, and a box that includes the accessories.

As to the hand controller I forget because I kept the controller from my Mach1 and never needed another with my 1100, 1600, or Mach2 mounts.

I would be very careful as to how the mount is packaged. Perhaps AP can send you the two boxes they use for the RA & DEC axis at a cost but I believe well worth it. They ship world wide and know how to make sure they arrive in one piece.

What I do when I ship any AP equipment is DOCUMENT, DOCUMENT, and DOCUMENT. By that I mean take pictures. I show pictures as I pack each component. Then at the shipper once all labels are on the box I take 3 pictures of each box.

In the above picture taken at FedEx you will note numbers I put on each corner of the entire box. Also note that the box is at an angle with the corner closest to the camera lens. All you have to do is take this picture then rotate the box 180° and take your second picture. Now flip the box over with the bottom up and take your last picture. You now have DOCUMENTED this box with 3 pictures prior to the shipper accepting the package. Do this to each box. If something were to happen you can prove how you packaged it and the condition of each box.

Here is what I have in my notes as to weight & size of the 1100:

BOX 1 RA AXIS:
19" long X 15" wide X 16" high @ 31 lbs
BOX 2 DEC AXIS:
16.5" long X 12.5" wide X 16" high @ 21 lbs

Make sure the RA & DEC axis are locked down. That's how I did it.

In this video I did you can see an example of what AP does in shipping mounts. It should start at the proper point in the video. https://youtu.be/BRjWX7rna20?t=449

Hope this helps.     tony

On 2/17/2021 5:08 AM, Horia wrote:

 

I would like to have some details about the best way to package an AP1100 and would like to know how Astro-Physics ships it.

 

Does it originally come in one or more boxes? What are their dimensions and how heavy are they?

 

If in one box, does it come in one piece with RA and DEC bolted together?

 

Should the worm be coupled to the gear? Does it matter? 

 

Is the hand controller in the same box?

 

Kind regards

Horia

 

 


Re: Shipping an AP1100

Karen Christen
 

Horia,

 

We do sell the 1100GTO shipping boxes.  Contact our office at 815.282.1513 if you’re interested.

Karen

AP

 

From: main@ap-gto.groups.io <main@ap-gto.groups.io> On Behalf Of thefamily90 Phillips
Sent: Wednesday, February 17, 2021 8:50 AM
To: main@ap-gto.groups.io
Subject: Re: [ap-gto] Shipping an AP1100

 

Tony, you are the man!

 


From: main@ap-gto.groups.io <main@ap-gto.groups.io> on behalf of Harley Davidson <astrocnc@...>
Sent: Wednesday, February 17, 2021 9:41:48 AM
To: main@ap-gto.groups.io <main@ap-gto.groups.io>
Subject: Re: [ap-gto] Shipping an AP1100

 

Horia

I assume you do not have the original shipping boxes AP uses?

AP ships them with custom foam that encases the mounts RA & DEC axis. There are 4 boxes. They include the RA axis, the Dec axis, the counterweight shaft, and a box that includes the accessories.

As to the hand controller I forget because I kept the controller from my Mach1 and never needed another with my 1100, 1600, or Mach2 mounts.

I would be very careful as to how the mount is packaged. Perhaps AP can send you the two boxes they use for the RA & DEC axis at a cost but I believe well worth it. They ship world wide and know how to make sure they arrive in one piece.

What I do when I ship any AP equipment is DOCUMENT, DOCUMENT, and DOCUMENT. By that I mean take pictures. I show pictures as I pack each component. Then at the shipper once all labels are on the box I take 3 pictures of each box.

In the above picture taken at FedEx you will note numbers I put on each corner of the entire box. Also note that the box is at an angle with the corner closest to the camera lens. All you have to do is take this picture then rotate the box 180° and take your second picture. Now flip the box over with the bottom up and take your last picture. You now have DOCUMENTED this box with 3 pictures prior to the shipper accepting the package. Do this to each box. If something were to happen you can prove how you packaged it and the condition of each box.

Here is what I have in my notes as to weight & size of the 1100:
BOX 1 RA AXIS:
19" long X 15" wide X 16" high @ 31 lbs
BOX 2 DEC AXIS:
16.5" long X 12.5" wide X 16" high @ 21 lbs

Make sure the RA & DEC axis are locked down. That's how I did it.

In this video I did you can see an example of what AP does in shipping mounts. It should start at the proper point in the video. https://youtu.be/BRjWX7rna20?t=449

Hope this helps.     tony

On 2/17/2021 5:08 AM, Horia wrote:

 

I would like to have some details about the best way to package an AP1100 and would like to know how Astro-Physics ships it.

 

Does it originally come in one or more boxes? What are their dimensions and how heavy are they?

 

If in one box, does it come in one piece with RA and DEC bolted together?

 

Should the worm be coupled to the gear? Does it matter? 

 

Is the hand controller in the same box?

 

Kind regards

Horia

 

 


--
Karen Christen
Astro-Physics


Re: Connection Issues

Ray Gralak
 

Hi Steve,

Any suggestions on getting the remote AP3600 back to a reliable status?
There is not much information to go on, you could try increasing the Ethernet timeout by 50 to 100 msecs. You could also try
switching to using the COM port only.

If that doesn't help you might try reverting to the last version of APCC that you were running to see if the problem goes away. If
it does then we would want to look into why this is happening.

-Ray Gralak
Author of PEMPro
Author of APCC (Astro-Physics Command Center): https://www.astro-physics.com/apcc-pro
Author of Astro-Physics V2 ASCOM Driver: https://www.siriusimaging.com/apdriver

-----Original Message-----
From: main@ap-gto.groups.io [mailto:main@ap-gto.groups.io] On Behalf Of Steve Reilly
Sent: Wednesday, February 17, 2021 5:54 AM
To: main@ap-gto.groups.io
Subject: [ap-gto] Connection Issues

Seems since the last APCC Pro update, as a time reference only, the connection on the remote system at SRO on
the AP3600 has become unstable often not making a connection or connecting to the IP address only to later fail
back to the COM address. Thinking that maybe it was a corrupt setting I restored a backup of the settings and
rebooted. Tis seemed to clear that problem until I checked this morning to find it on COM3 again. Before it wasn't
connecting at all sometimes. It's unclear to me where to look and how to feel confident on fixing the problem. After
all a secure and solid connection is most key to successfully imaging. The sky is supposed to be clear tonight
even if the seeing is questionable but at least it should be able to open and attempt to image.



As a reference point my AP1200 on the same updated version of APCC Pro worked all night here at home only
being sidelined due to clouds rolling in around 4am. Same connection methods, LAN and COM backup, both with
CP4 controllers and updated firmware, drivers, and SW versions. Any suggestions on getting the remote AP3600
back to a reliable status?



-Steve


Re: Shipping an AP1100

thefamily90 Phillips
 

Tony, you are the man!


From: main@ap-gto.groups.io <main@ap-gto.groups.io> on behalf of Harley Davidson <astrocnc@...>
Sent: Wednesday, February 17, 2021 9:41:48 AM
To: main@ap-gto.groups.io <main@ap-gto.groups.io>
Subject: Re: [ap-gto] Shipping an AP1100
 
Horia

I assume you do not have the original shipping boxes AP uses?

AP ships them with custom foam that encases the mounts RA & DEC axis. There are 4 boxes. They include the RA axis, the Dec axis, the counterweight shaft, and a box that includes the accessories.

As to the hand controller I forget because I kept the controller from my Mach1 and never needed another with my 1100, 1600, or Mach2 mounts.

I would be very careful as to how the mount is packaged. Perhaps AP can send you the two boxes they use for the RA & DEC axis at a cost but I believe well worth it. They ship world wide and know how to make sure they arrive in one piece.

What I do when I ship any AP equipment is DOCUMENT,
DOCUMENT, and DOCUMENT. By that I mean take pictures. I show pictures as I pack each component. Then at the shipper once all labels are on the box I take 3 pictures of each box.

In the above picture taken at FedEx you will note numbers I put on each corner of the entire box. Also note that the box is at an angle with the corner closest to the camera lens. All you have to do is take this picture then rotate the box 180° and take your second picture. Now flip the box over with the bottom up and take your last picture. You now have
DOCUMENTED this box with 3 pictures prior to the shipper accepting the package. Do this to each box. If something were to happen you can prove how you packaged it and the condition of each box.

Here is what I have in my notes as to weight & size of the 1100:

BOX 1 RA AXIS:
19" long X 15" wide X 16" high @ 31 lbs
BOX 2 DEC AXIS:
16.5" long X 12.5" wide X 16" high @ 21 lbs

Make sure the RA & DEC axis are locked down. That's how I did it.

In this video I did you can see an example of what AP does in shipping mounts. It should start at the proper point in the video. https://youtu.be/BRjWX7rna20?t=449

Hope this helps.     tony


On 2/17/2021 5:08 AM, Horia wrote:

 

I would like to have some details about the best way to package an AP1100 and would like to know how Astro-Physics ships it.

 

Does it originally come in one or more boxes? What are their dimensions and how heavy are they?

 

If in one box, does it come in one piece with RA and DEC bolted together?

 

Should the worm be coupled to the gear? Does it matter? 

 

Is the hand controller in the same box?

 

Kind regards

Horia

 



Re: Shipping an AP1100

Harley Davidson
 

Horia

I assume you do not have the original shipping boxes AP uses?

AP ships them with custom foam that encases the mounts RA & DEC axis. There are 4 boxes. They include the RA axis, the Dec axis, the counterweight shaft, and a box that includes the accessories.

As to the hand controller I forget because I kept the controller from my Mach1 and never needed another with my 1100, 1600, or Mach2 mounts.

I would be very careful as to how the mount is packaged. Perhaps AP can send you the two boxes they use for the RA & DEC axis at a cost but I believe well worth it. They ship world wide and know how to make sure they arrive in one piece.

What I do when I ship any AP equipment is DOCUMENT,
DOCUMENT, and DOCUMENT. By that I mean take pictures. I show pictures as I pack each component. Then at the shipper once all labels are on the box I take 3 pictures of each box.

In the above picture taken at FedEx you will note numbers I put on each corner of the entire box. Also note that the box is at an angle with the corner closest to the camera lens. All you have to do is take this picture then rotate the box 180° and take your second picture. Now flip the box over with the bottom up and take your last picture. You now have
DOCUMENTED this box with 3 pictures prior to the shipper accepting the package. Do this to each box. If something were to happen you can prove how you packaged it and the condition of each box.

Here is what I have in my notes as to weight & size of the 1100:

BOX 1 RA AXIS:
19" long X 15" wide X 16" high @ 31 lbs
BOX 2 DEC AXIS:
16.5" long X 12.5" wide X 16" high @ 21 lbs

Make sure the RA & DEC axis are locked down. That's how I did it.

In this video I did you can see an example of what AP does in shipping mounts. It should start at the proper point in the video. https://youtu.be/BRjWX7rna20?t=449

Hope this helps.     tony


On 2/17/2021 5:08 AM, Horia wrote:

 

I would like to have some details about the best way to package an AP1100 and would like to know how Astro-Physics ships it.

 

Does it originally come in one or more boxes? What are their dimensions and how heavy are they?

 

If in one box, does it come in one piece with RA and DEC bolted together?

 

Should the worm be coupled to the gear? Does it matter? 

 

Is the hand controller in the same box?

 

Kind regards

Horia

 



Connection Issues

Steve Reilly
 

Seems since the last APCC Pro update, as a time reference only, the connection on the remote system at SRO on the AP3600 has become unstable often not making a connection or connecting to the IP address only to later fail back to the COM address. Thinking that maybe it was a corrupt setting I restored a backup of the settings and rebooted. Tis seemed to clear that problem until I checked this morning to find it on COM3 again. Before it wasn’t connecting at all sometimes. It’s unclear to me where to look and how to feel confident on fixing the problem. After all a secure and solid connection is most key to successfully imaging. The sky is supposed to be clear tonight even if the seeing is questionable but at least it should be able to open and attempt to image.

 

As a reference point my AP1200 on the same updated version of APCC Pro worked all night here at home only being sidelined due to clouds rolling in around 4am. Same connection methods, LAN and COM backup, both with CP4 controllers and updated firmware, drivers, and SW versions. Any suggestions on getting the remote AP3600 back to a reliable status?

 

-Steve


Re: So, I hear that the 1100 notifications have began, along with a 21% price increase...

dvjbaja
 

Yes! Fits in the frank. 

J



Sent via the Samsung Galaxy Note9, an AT&T 5G Evolution capable smartphone


-------- Original message --------
From: astro@...
Date: 2/17/21 12:39 AM (GMT-08:00)
To: main@ap-gto.groups.io
Subject: Re: [ap-gto] So, I hear that the 1100 notifications have began, along with a 21% price increase...

Will a GTO1100 fit in a new Corvette? Yellow of course.


Shipping an AP1100

Horia
 

 

I would like to have some details about the best way to package an AP1100 and would like to know how Astro-Physics ships it.

 

Does it originally come in one or more boxes? What are their dimensions and how heavy are they?

 

If in one box, does it come in one piece with RA and DEC bolted together?

 

Should the worm be coupled to the gear? Does it matter? 

 

Is the hand controller in the same box?

 

Kind regards

Horia

 


Re: So, I hear that the 1100 notifications have began, along with a 21% price increase...

Bob
 

Will a GTO1100 fit in a new Corvette? Yellow of course.


Re: So, I hear that the 1100 notifications have began, along with a 21% price increase...

Dean Jacobsen
 

I was just thinking that I should get one of the re-introduced Mach1 Mustangs to cart my Mach2 around in the style that it deserves.
--
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http://astrophoto.net/wp/
Image Gallery - http://astrophoto.net/wp/image-gallery/
Astrobin Image Gallery - https://www.astrobin.com/users/deanjacobsen/ 
Amateur Radio Call Sign - W6DBJ


Re: So, I hear that the 1100 notifications have began, along with a 21% price increase...

dvjbaja
 

And there is a hefty state tax to pay on the purchase.  Most folks if they are going to spend this much on a telescope mount will gladly pay more for it.  Yes, the costs do add up.  Sales tax, shipping, plus any accessories.     The fabulous 1100 will fit nicely in the Porsche Cayenne Turbo S for those quick runs to a dark sky to image M42.  So get it while you can. 

This also means that the previous generation 600, 900, and 1200 mounts are premium items, not to be overlooked by those on a budget.  They do come up for sale quite often. 

cheers, 

On Tue, Feb 16, 2021 at 12:46 PM Val�rie-Fran�ois R�gembal <foudastro@...> wrote:
Hi all,

I too am on a dealer's list to purchase one of these beauties. I used to own an AP1200 that worked flawlessly for many years and I am looking forward to the AP1100.
Having said that... I don't believe that a sudden increase of 21% is the right thing to do. Regular increases over time are a lot easier to justify with regards to keeping track to inflation than this quantum jump in price. This is very disappointing: some of us save money over time to afford these items and all of a sudden, we get close to not being able to afford them, right at the gate when they become available after patiently waiting for over a year, sometimes a lot longer.
I know I'll forget all about the price I paid once this mount will be in my backyard, running smoothly under the stars... but still...

Francois


Re: So, I hear that the 1100 notifications have began, along with a 21% price increase...

Donald Gaines
 

I just hope they make it down to my name on the list.

Donald Gaines


On Tuesday, February 16, 2021, Don Anderson via groups.io <jockey_ca=yahoo.ca@groups.io> wrote:
Hear Hear Robert! Same goes for me with my 2009 AP900GOTO CP3. As good(probably better) than the day I got it and my other AP accessories.

Don Anderson


On Tuesday, February 16, 2021, 12:29:13 p.m. MST, Robert Sinitiere <bobstar9@...> wrote:


Marj, Roland, Karen and crew members:

You & Roland and the team at Astro-Physics produce some of the BEST technology driven, mechanically, electronically (and optically) engineered products in the World.  I realize they are expensive to make.  My AP-GTO-900 Mount, which I use on a regular basis, performs as well as It did at first light, in December, 1998, and so goes for my AP StarFire 155mm f/7, oil-spaced apochromat OTA Refracting telescope, which I cherish to this day.  I am 71 YOA now; my AP gear will long outlast my living self.

Astro-Physics gear is very expensive, but represents and holds it’s great VALUE, even at current price points. AP is: “The Best astronomy-gear at a fair price-value”.

Besides, from the offers I get for this assembly, AP is a pretty good investment, if one cares for their equipment.

Clear skies everyone, and stay safe and warm.   Bob Sinitiere, Baton Rouge, La.


On Feb 16, 2021, at 12:56 PM, Marj Christen <marj@...> wrote:



I should clarify that the costs that played into this increase are not specifically related to our present Covid situation or people working from home. The costs have built up over the years  and while we should have increased a few percent each year to cover them, we chose not too. Hence, a large sticker shock when it comes all at once. I apologize for that, but it is important to us that we continue to keep our level of quantity and service.

 

The 1100GTO is a full-featured robotic or portable mount that is machined, finished and assembled with love. I hope that people will consider it if it meets their observing needs.  

 

 

Clear Skies,

Marj Christen

Astro-Physics

11250 Forest Hills Road

Machesney Park, IL 61115

Phone: 815-282-1513

www.astro-physics.com

 

From: main@ap-gto.groups.io <main@ap-gto.groups.io> On Behalf Of skester@...
Sent: Tuesday, February 16, 2021 11:55 AM
To: main@ap-gto.groups.io
Subject: Re: [ap-gto] So, I hear that the 1100 notifications have began, along with a 21% price increase...

 

Thank you Karen, I have shared this information on the relevant CN thread. I'm sure COVID has played havoc with your cost structure in general. Given I was purchasing the 1100GTO as my 'lifetime mount', I'm still onboard and patiently waiting mine.


Re: So, I hear that the 1100 notifications have began, along with a 21% price increase...

skester@...
 

There seems to be a trend here, I too drive a 2nd Gen Volt (2017) and love it.  I travel to image and the Volt holds all my equipment with room to spare.  I typically carry a C11 with an EQ mount (soon to be replaced by the 1100), tripod and imaging gear, plus a C8 on a Alt/Az to do some visual work while the sequence runs.  It will be a tighter fit with the 1100GTO in two cases plus a larger tripod, but I know it fits.  Eventually I plan to replace the C11 with a PW CDK12.5 and that should fit as well.


Re: So, I hear that the 1100 notifications have began, along with a 21% price increase...

Don Anderson
 

I'm so jealous! Not of the car but of your locationEmoji

Don Anderson


On Tuesday, February 16, 2021, 03:14:58 p.m. MST, Christopher Erickson <christopher.k.erickson@...> wrote:


I just got a brand-new, full-warranty, 2019 Chevy Volt from a Honolulu dealer who had it in excess inventory. This car is awesome in 100 ways! In fact I am sitting in it right now, parked at the Mauna Loa Observatory.

-Christopher Erickson
Observatory engineer
Waikoloa, HI 96738
www.summitkinetics.com
   

On Tue, Feb 16, 2021, 12:02 PM Roland Christen via groups.io <chris1011=aol.com@groups.io> wrote:
My Tesla dream is slipping away too. But then I bought a 2018 Chevy Volt just a few months ago, and it is everything I ever wanted in an electric vehicle. No need for a Tesla now. This Volt is the cat's. Beats the heck out of my old Hyundai hands down.

Rolando

-----Original Message-----
From: Dean Jacobsen <deanjacobsen@...>
To: main@ap-gto.groups.io
Sent: Tue, Feb 16, 2021 3:13 pm
Subject: Re: [ap-gto] So, I hear that the 1100 notifications have began, along with a 21% price increase...

I always feel a tinge of disappointment every time I see that Ford has increased the price on the Shelby GT500.  I still can’t afford one.  Darn!
--
Dean Jacobsen
http://astrophoto.net/wp/
Image Gallery - http://astrophoto.net/wp/image-gallery/
Astrobin Image Gallery - https://www.astrobin.com/users/deanjacobsen/ 
Amateur Radio Call Sign - W6DBJ

--
Roland Christen
Astro-Physics


Re: So, I hear that the 1100 notifications have began, along with a 21% price increase...

Don Anderson
 

I too old to get in and out of one of those anywayEmoji

Don Anderson


On Tuesday, February 16, 2021, 02:13:35 p.m. MST, Dean Jacobsen <deanjacobsen@...> wrote:


I always feel a tinge of disappointment every time I see that Ford has increased the price on the Shelby GT500.  I still can’t afford one.  Darn!
--
Dean Jacobsen
http://astrophoto.net/wp/
Image Gallery - http://astrophoto.net/wp/image-gallery/
Astrobin Image Gallery - https://www.astrobin.com/users/deanjacobsen/ 
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