Any moulding (molding) experts out there?

Hi all,
I live in a 1920s Craftsman style house in the Los Angeles area. We have to replace some moulding around our windows, but can't seem to find it anywhere in stock.
I have seen in a quite a few houses in the area, so I'm pretty surprised that we haven't found it anywhere. For the length that we need (20 - 25 feet) the setup fees get pretty out of hand ($200 and up.)
Any one out there that might be able to help us locate it in stock? Here is a link to the profile with measurements:
http://www.ryanposner.net/house/moulding_profile_s.jpg
Thanks a lot for your time!
Ryan North Hollywood, CA
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The Chairman wrote:

That's an unusual profile. Not sure what that cove/flute is, if that is what it is, on the back side. In any event, if you can't locate it I'd pop for the setup charge and have it done. Doing it yourself involves too much work for such a small amount of material.
R
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I don't know what the setup charge is but I'm assuming a custom knife is $50 - $100 plus a couple of hours billable labor plus the cost of the stock. If you do it yourself you will still buy the stock. Otherwise my rule of thumb is half my hourly rate (my share after tax) divided into the estimate. That gives me how many hours I have to work to pay them. Can I do it in enough less time to do it cheaper?
If I was doing it I do think I would run off enough extra that I would not plan on doing it again as the setup is the most of the labor.
I would also no worry about the groove in the back. You will either find out why it's there on the first window or it won't matter. If you need it it does not look critical so you can still cut it. As I look at it I wonder if it is an edge to overhang the wall. If this is window trim and the 15/16 flat goes flat on the casing it would allow the casing to b slightly below the wall. The profile really looks like a cove moulding that would bear on the 3/4 and 3/8 faces so I am guessing. ;-)
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