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YES I spelled that right didn't I? Wait a minute. Apparently the Chinese can't spell Engrish bary good. Red Caboose (Intermountain) has bunch of spelling defects on their new Tropicana cars. If I was Intermountain, that would be the last straw, and bring manufacturing back to the US. How in the world does something like this get past quality control. (Because there is no quality control right now)

This ebay seller indicates in his description its a "manufactures defect in the lettering". Come on man.....


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Hey stamps with printing problems can become very valuable - I'd snap these up - one man's defect is another man's collectible! :rolleyes: is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to