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Thread: Someone Needs to Rescue and Restore this Machine!!

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    Someone Needs to Rescue and Restore this Machine!!


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    nice machine i live to far away....i seen a new home it was green in color and in a cabinet good shape clean . it was at the flea market. she said she could get it plugged in for me but , after she told me the price of of 150.00 . i just say i will be back. was that good or bad.

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    Nanamoms, it's a model 127.

    chips88, you did the right thing! (In MY opinion!)
    One day, you'll only be a memory for some people. Do your best to be a good one.

    http://charleeturner.blogspot.com

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    thank you charlee...

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    That's how I feel about this machine http://atlanta.craigslist.org/nat/atq/3201313313.html

    However, I am not up to the task of stabilizing the corrosion on the aluminum, and filling in the damage with filler, then re-doing the paint job. I hear some people do this and then re-sell the "custom hot-rod paint job" featherweights on ebay.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KittyKat77 View Post
    That's how I feel about this machine http://atlanta.craigslist.org/nat/atq/3201313313.html

    However, I am not up to the task of stabilizing the corrosion on the aluminum, and filling in the damage with filler, then re-doing the paint job. I hear some people do this and then re-sell the "custom hot-rod paint job" featherweights on ebay.
    That might just be a thread, but it sure looks like the pillar is cracked/broken!
    One day, you'll only be a memory for some people. Do your best to be a good one.

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    It's a cobweb. If you look closely, you can see the shadow of the web on the pillar, but I must admit, I had the same thought at first, and had to do a double-take.

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    That 127 is overpriced by about $85 in my opinion. I would call the condition fair...certainly not "beautiful". To each his own.

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    That poor wee bairn of a FW has sat somewhere very wet, she's been forgotten and unloved.

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    That is a sad little FW. She might have to be rebuilt like the Bionic Woman!! Someone sure neglected her!

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