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    I assume you are the seller - it may help your auction to mention where you are located.

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    First, I'd like a pair of those in my living room! Secondly, being of sound mind, I leave my Harley Davidson, to my son, Dan. To my daughter, I beqeath my Corvette and all the repairs that may be associated with it.... Cause, if I brought a pair of those home, I'd be a dead man for sure!

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    Funny. When I saw the pictures, I first thought that perhaps if a good samaritan was offering $100 each, it would be better than see them being burned or sent to the dump. Then I checked the eBay auction and I saw $1.1k and 6 days to go... Hmmm... Am I missing something? From the pictures, the cabinets seem in sorry condition, with holes everywhere and the plywood being delaminated in several areas.

    Can someone educate me?

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    Quote Originally Posted by HCSGuy View Post
    I assume you are the seller - it may help your auction to mention where you are located.
    i'm not.

    i have no credit card, so i will not sell anything anytime soon on ebay.

    for those of us that like history, here is some.


    right now i live here - (dull webcam w/weather)

    http://www.calabasasweathercam.com/weather.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lee in Montreal View Post
    Funny. When I saw the pictures, I first thought that perhaps if a good samaritan was offering $100 each, it would be better than see them being burned or sent to the dump. Then I checked the eBay auction and I saw $1.1k and 6 days to go... Hmmm... Am I missing something? From the pictures, the cabinets seem in sorry condition, with holes everywhere and the plywood being delaminated in several areas.

    Can someone educate me?

    at least we know what they look like, and how they go together ...

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    Thanks for the history Tom!

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