hello mike.Hi Heindrich! I believe you are sincerely just trying to buy these props, and I wish you luck. But I think I have to reply just in case there is anyone else reading who doesn't understand how expensive it is to ship stuff, and might be misled by your recent post.
I went to DHL online, entered the boxes wt and dimensions (64 lbs, 42in, 42in, 22in) and received a quote of $1,038.24 to ship to Paris. While I do not discount the possibility of obtaining cheaper shipping elsewhere, the figures you stated are mistaken. First-off, they probably only applied to shipping to the continental U.S. Second, shipping charges on E-Bay are just what the seller chooses to quote; the only amount that really matters is the total cost to the purchaser. It would cost me at least a couple hundred dollars to ship this a hundred miles (by ground) within the U.S. Third, it is possible that whoever posted those items for sale didn't actually own the props but intended to just turn around and take advantage of Home Depot's free shipping (within the U.S., probably lower 48 states) to later buy the prop and deliver (though that would only have been possible right around Halloween).
Gotta run, may post more later, just wanted to get this out. There is no way on earth that the cost of shipping this to France in the retail market would be less than a few hundred dollars.
Hi there! Unrelated to the shipping question but I felt like I should let you know the home depot zombie horse probably isn't worth it. I don't know if you read the reviews for it while it was on the website but it was not recieved well. Apparently it arrived with chopped paint, clunky joints, and was prone to falling over if I recall. You would probably be better off getting a skeleton horse and corpsing it yourself. It will also probably look that much better depending on what technique you use. However that much is up to you. At any rate good luck!Hello
I research Horse zombie
For a send in France
can you help me ?