Modernola restore project

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Curt A
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Re: Modernola restore project

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Also. As far as parts go is it as simple as eBay? Or are there specialized dealers? I haven’t done any digging yet.

It all depends on which parts you might need... it could be "simple" or not... you might find something on eBay... I looked for a specific part for 13 years before I found one - you might get lucky.

Look on the "Links" section of the forum or post a "Wanted" ad. There are no specialized Modernola dealers - they went out of business after 1929... or maybe before. :roll:
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