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    Hey, I was just wondering if any of you guys subscribed to the new model engine magazine that is supposed to be out this month, and if so have you received your first issue? I am still anxiously awaiting mine.
    Jonathan P.

  • #2
    I subscribed but no rag... yet.


    • #3
      Found this on FAME:

      Hello, folks. Model Engine Builder Magazine is a go and we've started taking subscriptions.

      We will publish 4 issues in 2005 starting March first.

      You can obtain more information at our Web site, Right now it will not take subscriptions but it should be updated in about 1 week to do so.

      If you email me at [email protected], I can send you a subscription form if you'd rather mail in your subscription.

      Mike Rehmus
      Editor, Model Engine Builder Magazine
      Elmwood Publishing


      • #4
        hitnmiss: there was more info on FAME.

        "Posted on Thursday, March 17, 2005 - 08:08 pm:
        The magazine is at the printers and will mail, assuming the rivers don't rise in Phoenix, before the end of the month.

        Think I'll take a day off tomorrow."


        • #5
          No, I have been wondering where it is as well. Today is the 18th so I hope it will be along soon. Someone pleas post when they get it.


          • #6
            I just subscribed, and Mr Rehmus' acknowledgement message mentioned that the issue should be sent at the end of the month.

            Keep eye on ball.
            Hashim Khan


            • #7
              I signed up at Cabin Fever in January. I am eagerly awaiting its arival in my mailbox. More model making brain food.



              • #8
                Just subscribed after considering it for a month. I figure anyone crazy enough to try to start a low circulation publication deserves help from enthusiasts of the topic. Hope all works for him and that we have a new mag to help fill the void of Model Tec and Stictly IC.