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 Post subject: Edison Amberola 1A in oak For Sale
PostPosted: Thu Jan 10, 2019 6:36 pm 
Victor V
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Location: Temecula, CA
I'm selling my Edison Amberola 1A on Ebay. But I don't why I'm putting this here, because it's for sale on Yankee Trader also at a better price! I'm in Temecula, CA. Contact me for shipping options.
Here is an important note from PeterF, the former owner of this fine machine:

"I owned this one before Marc, and although I'm sad to see my friend let it go, I wish him the best of luck on the sale.

Importantly, potential buyers need to know that only a couple of years ago and just before I sold it the motor was completely gone through, including new springs. Dwayne Wyatt of Wyatt's Musical Americana did the work, which is not a simple (nor cheap) task, with those very large and powerful springs."
I should also say that I spent $100 for NOS antique, turn of the century(c.1900), hardwood casters, and replaced the worn out Feltoid casters that were on the cabinet. Rolls great now without the metal hubs on those Feltoid casters scratching your hardwood floor.

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