Can someone tell me what recompense we have against these one man band garage industry people, that try to give the impression they are a worthwhile company, but then refuse to live up to their commitments.? As a member of GIMRA, I purchased at their AGM, a kit for a resin bodied A4 loco, cost 1000 pounds. I then asked a trader who lives near Leeds and advertises in the GIMRA journal every month if he would build it. He gave a delivery date as six months, at a cost of 2000 pounds. Two years later, after many e mails, and phone calls I collected it but there were problems only apparent after I was home. It's been back 3 times now, motor not fitted properly, wheels wobbly and loose on axles, rear bogie fouls gears and flops about,etc. My problem is he will not now respond to my e mails or return telephone calls, when I've again asked him to put it right or return my money and he can keep the loco. As a nearly 70 yr old pensioner, that loco took a lot of saving for. Does anyone know anyone who would at a price rectify his shoddy work for me? I thought I was safe with this trader as he exhibits his work at most GIMRA events, and indeed his partner does fantastic work painting and lineing , but I think this kit once he got it proved a bit too much for him and now wants to move on. Any suggestions anyone as to turning this loco into a runner, I think I've got to forget the 2000 quid, but would like to save something from this unfortunate experience.