On Thu, 16 Apr 1998, ROBERT G. HOWARD wrote:
> A Moss Distributor told me that 123.00 in the price list indicates a
> part that is expected to be in stock soon. This may not be a come-on,
> then, but an indication that they are sourcing something again.
> On Wed, 15 Apr 1998 16:23:44 -0700 (PDT) Jim Carlile
> <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> >I don't know if this has come up before on The List, but I noticed the
> >same thing awhile back about Moss. They have suddenly put long OOS
> >items back in their price list at absurdly low costs, and here's the
> >deal: if you notice, a number of these items have the exact same
> >price. It appears that what they have done is just put these items
> >back on the record even though they don't really stock them. Why they
> >are doing this I don't know, but it's a misleading come-on. If you
> >call them you'll probably find that that particular rare item is still
Or it could be that they're checking to see if there is enough demand to
manufacture a run of the part.
Kevin Sullivan email@example.com
Khoral Research Inc. www.khoral.com/staff/kevins/mgstuff
Albuquerque NM USA
1960 MGA "Baby"
1957 Magnette ZB "Pup"
1959 Magnette ZB "P2"