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Old 31st January 2013, 12:20 AM   #111
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Old 31st January 2013, 03:03 AM   #112
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I may be able to help. I have the pictures 44 in all.
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Darkstar, this is great news. Please offer what you can, a few at a time. That build is something we can all learn from.
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Hi Cal I saved everything on my computer in my documents. I don't know how to post the pic's yet, I'm a Gramophone man in a digital world. If I could send them to one of you mods maybe you could insert them in the proper place.
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Hi Cal I saved everything on my computer in my documents. I don't know how to post the pic's yet, I'm a Gramophone man in a digital world. If I could send them to one of you mods maybe you could insert them in the proper place.
Hi all, Hooo men!!!! I´m really looking forward to have access to the plans too whatever the method is. Please, post pictures of the plans ASAP and thank you very much
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Hi Darkstar,

Simply hit Post Reply and then go down to 'Manage Attachements'. Make sure the pics are around 100K If you have trouble with that, send to me via email and I will resize and post.
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I now have the first round of 10 photos and will be posting them back into the thread later today. A big thanks to our hero who saved these photos for us!
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I now have the first round of 10 photos and will be posting them back into the thread later today. A big thanks to our hero who saved these photos for us!

In the meantime look what I have just wayting for DA PLANS!!!
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Are those new?
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Are those new?
No, they are very old and probably made around early 60´s . Although old they work very well and sound very good. I found both in an antique/flea market here where I live. US$25 for both unfortunately wood horn was missing......They are 16 ohm by the way!!
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