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I'd do that... if I needed another 7676. :)
I actually have a few of the gunships left so if you are after more than one, we could work something out.
That makes shipping a pair of modulars a bit on the expensive side... :(
It would cost me $59 to ship both sets to Canada without insurance.
In my view, that isn't very close, and it kills the deal for me, otherwise I'd have made the trade with you.
UPS Ground or FedEx Ground are much less expensive once you get beyond 3 or 4 lbs, or if you need tracking and insurance.
Just for fun, I did a 15lb box from Texas to California, using box size of 24x20x8 which would hold the pair of modulars, and included $300 worth of insurance, total cost of shipment for my FedEx account is $13.38 going to a commercial address and $15.31 going to a home address.
I get about a 30% discount off the "rack" rates, so that helps, but even full retail price for FedEx without a single discount (everyone gets discounts if you open an account and link it to your eBay or Amazon selling account), is $21.87 to a home address.
For those prices, delivery time is just 3 days, like clockwork.
I shudder to think what USPS charges... so lets see... :)
Same box, same place, insured with signature confirmation via Priority Mail, $51.80 (or $47.19 if you buy online).
Parcel Post (which can take forever) would cost a lot less, $24.89, but it may take a week or two to arrive, the tracking isn't "real", they can't trace packages, the insurance is a joke (FedEx is good about paying, USPS is not).
Ok, that was longer than I meant it to be, but perhaps it is helpful to someone. :)
I sent two sealed sets to Texas and the UPS rate was about 12 bucks cheaper the the USPS rate.