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Old 14th October 2009, 06:57 AM   #1
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I have ordered a bunch of B1 pcb's for the Rhys' adventure and the leftovers can be yours. The looks will be very red with nice looking gold on the pads and I have OK from Mr. Pass if someone wonders. Check my sig below.
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Old 30th September 2010, 08:54 AM   #2
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Hi there! Do you have any of these left? I'd be interested in purchasing one!
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haha per's post above was a year ago
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Hi, Peranders!

Your kitten resembles mine very much!

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May I call you as P-A?
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Thank You very much P-A!
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Yeah I did see that, but I figured why not ask anyway?

I've just started building it as a point to point exercise, so that's easy enough... I just know that I'll finish it then decide on an enclosure, then rip it apart and rebuild to suit. I can't do that with a pcb, so this is just saving me from myself...
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I could have some left but the sad truth is no, I'm afraid but you can buy directly from Mr. Pass.
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