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  • Issue #1 Re-prints?

    Well, it looks like I got into the game a little late. I just purchased the spring issue 2002 of WCI, and loved it! I was looking at the section for backorders, and saw that the first issue is sold out! Is there any chance that our editors can (or will) issue another set of #1's?

    :'( :P ??? :P :'(

  • #2
    In this months issue No43, the inside center patterns are all smudged and unreadable how can i get a replacement copy
    Thx inadvance.
    Spread The Wealth

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    • #3
      Bulldogg - you might want to email the editors direct. [email protected]

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      Theresa

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      • #4
        Bulldog,
        Contact our customer service folks at 800-457-9112. They'll be able to get you a replacement issue.

        Best Regards,
        Bob Duncan
        Technical Editor
        www.GrobetUSA.com

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