Bachmann 45004 HO Built Up House Under Construction

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  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Feb 03,2013
  • Channel: Online Auction
Home About Us Return Policy Shipping Policy Payments Store Search in titles & descriptions Store Pages Store Categories Bachmann 45004 HO Built Up House Under Construction New in box Item Description Ho Scale. Model comes pre assembled in nice colorful packaging some parts may become dislodged during shipping these parts can be simply glued back on the model. Since 1947, hobbyists and collectors have made Plasticville U.S.A. products their structures of choice. Now, in addition to our traditional, easy-to-assemble kits, Bachmann is pleased to offer these pre-assembled Plasticville U.S.A. buildings. SHIPPING SPECIAL! $5.99 flat rate expedited shipping for the Continental U.S. We have reduced rates for AK, HI, and APO/DPO/FPOs. Brand: Bachmann Part Number: 45004 UPC: 022899450049 EAN: 0022899450049 Features and Details 1: Ho scale 2: Prebuilt terrain 3: Great for youe expanding town layout! 4: Thanks for Shopping! 5: Shipping weight: 3 pounds Return Policy Shipping Policy About Us Payment Policy Contact Us Return Policy Return Policy We want you to be fully satisfied with every item that you purchase from HobbySoup. We will gladly accept your return or exchange of unopened merchandise, in resellable condition, within thirty (30) days of the original delivery date. Due to restrictions placed upon us by product manufacturers, once an item is opened, all issues/questions regarding defective items, product inquiries and product warranties (including repairs, replacements or exchanges) are handled directly by the manufacturer of the item in question. We will be more than happy to assist you contacting the manufacturer. If you are unable to reach an amicable resolution with the manufacturer, do not hesitate to contact us and we'll help you out. If there is an issue regarding damage due to shipping, contact us . No returned merchandise will be accepted without a Return Material Authorization (RMA). To obtain a RMA, contact us . At that time, we will agree upon what course of action will best satisfy your needs. You may choose between an exchange of a like item or refund. If you choose a refund, HobbySoup reserves the right to charge a 15 percent restocking fee, initial shipping costs incurred and yours to return the item will not be reimbursed. We will credit you in the same manner as your original payment within 7 days of receiving the returned item. We will pay the return shipping only if the return is a result of our error. If you are missing parts, contact us to request the parts instead of returning the entire order. For international shipments, the customer is responsible for the goods after proof of delivery has been received. International customers will have 14 days to return merchanise purchased from HobbySoup. In the event of a return, the items must be in resellable condition and the customer assumes responsibility for the merchandise until delivered to HobbySoup. During the Holiday Season, we extend our 30-Day Return Policy to cover any gifts that might be ordered. Orders placed from November 8th through December 31st may be returned until January 31st. If you have questions regarding our return policy, contact us . Return Policy Shipping Policy About Us Payment Policy Contact Us Shipping Policy Shipping Policy General Information - Applies to all orders Order processing may take up to 2 business days Tracking numbers will be emailed to you Shipping services are provided by FedEx or USPS USPS will provide service to P.O. Boxes Some orders shipped via FedEx will require a signature. If a signature is required, FedEx will attempt a delivery during their business hours of 8am to 5pm M-F and Saturday until 3pm. If you will be unavailable to sign for your purchase during those hours, please provide a work address or alternate shipping address in the following format: Name (First and Last) C/O (Your Company Name or Alternate Receiver) Street Address City, State Zip Please make sure your shipping address is updated prior to payment. Shipping Services Provided - Domestic U.S. and Protectorates Free economy shipping to the...

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