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Got it anyway!
I'm not a box stickler, if the box is damaged en route to me I'm not concerned, as long as parts are not leaking out of the shipping box (or damage to stickers/instruction box, etc...), as these will be just for me anyway.
Both trains look like they are just off the self, the Technic set has minor creases, but nothing more that anything coming from [email protected] or Amazon US.
Look on the right side of the screen - you'll see a small 'sold by Amazon' box and a UK price of £112.50. You can take 20% UK sales tax off that for the US price. They don't currently have it in stock but are taking orders for it so you should be OK. I just ordered one (albeit for UK delivery).
According to my browser, the uk site is showing that it is available for 143.60 pounds, however it is not being sold by amazon, but it does show at 130 pounds from Amazon UK in the link to all sellers. they are 'not in stock' but apparently you can still order... interesting
I wonder if the [email protected] stock will ever sell out now that it seems to be one of the only places selling it for 199.99 USD.
In Australia one of our large retailers had the Blue Cargo train as part of their clearance sale at 50% off recently (Assuming you could find a store with stock). Seems crazy to clear sets less than a year old @ 50% off, but I'm not going to complain.