Genesis Redbird

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Sun Nov 17 11:39:00 EST 2019

I agree with Ed. I know that there are some people who do not like to preorder, but if you do not you could lose out.
I do not feel sorrow for those that do not preorder and miss out on a model. You snooze you lose. Why would a manufacture
Rerun a model because of the few that wanted one that missed out. The other phase Red bird yes. But will we have the some ones crying because they did not preorder – most likely!!! I have no sympathy for those who don’t.
Stephen Rineair

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I concur. Maybe a run of red and blue in both phases – especially red, since they only did the phase III(?) the last time. 
Phil Miller

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Yes, the redbirds sold out very quickly and have been almost impossible to find since.  Hopefully this inspires Genesis to do another run.  I can't remember which, but they did one of two phases, so they can do another run with the other phase.
Marty Flick

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Subject: Genesis Redbird

I was fortunate to find a dealer a couple years ago taking reservations for the Genesis GP9s in red and blue.  I ordered 1 of the redbirds with full dcc/sound.  Out of curiosity, I’ve occasionally looked on ebay for either engine to check availability (I’m not in the market for another nor plan to sell mine).  I’ve only seen 2 or 3 auctions for the blue scheme but none for the red.  Are these as “rare” as lack of auctions indicates?
Jim King

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