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Granby
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Re: Someone Please Save this VTLA

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Zeppy wrote: Thu May 25, 2023 1:53 pm Well, someone took it.
Not surprising. I agree with your previous comment that the market for large machines can be local. This will be a fun project for someone to "bring back to life" with a lot of the "work" already started.

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Re: Someone Please Save this VTLA

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Zeppy wrote: Thu May 25, 2023 1:53 pm Well, someone took it.
I am glad to know some took it. It is fun to restore those historical machine. It is just a wonderful hobby you can enjoy.

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Re: Someone Please Save this VTLA

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Zeppy wrote: Thu May 25, 2023 7:32 am My favorites were barn finds that need a ton of love (an oak VTLA and a Vic 6, and have a Vic 5 and a VV-XII that I'm currently working on).
I remember that oak VTLA when it first showed up! It was a worthy project!

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Re: Someone Please Save this VTLA

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Garret wrote: Tue May 30, 2023 2:26 pm
Zeppy wrote: Thu May 25, 2023 7:32 am My favorites were barn finds that need a ton of love (an oak VTLA and a Vic 6, and have a Vic 5 and a VV-XII that I'm currently working on).
I remember that oak VTLA when it first showed up! It was a worthy project!
It's one of the few projects my wife approves of (sits in a place of honor in our dining room).

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