Argo Electronics in NYC to close
Roy J. Tellason
rtellason at verizon.net
Fri Aug 8 21:24:14 CDT 2008
On Friday 08 August 2008 22:12, Bill Sudbrink wrote:
> Stopped by on the way home from Lombardi's this afternoon. Not much of
> interest. A few cardboard boxes of transformers, a box of VCR guts
> (various nylon gear assemblies), random motors (no steppers in evidence).
> Almost interesting was a stack of VME boards but all of the socketed
> components were gone. Otherwise, a box of IR remote controls, a few
> repaired TV sets, some boom boxes, cheap import tool kits, cheap import ear
> buds, etc. Having never been there before, I have no idea what it was like
> in its glory days... but I'd say it's going down by the bow now.
Any indication of when they're closing?
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