PERQ POSSIBLY AVAILABLE

Segin segin2005 at gmail.com
Tue Aug 8 16:07:22 CDT 2006


Tony Duell wrote:
>>I found a guy local that has a PERQ system for sale.  Not much interest in
> 
> 
> Where is 'local'[1]? This is an international list with members in many 
> countries!. And even if I assume it's in the States, I am told that's a 
> very big country.
> 

You can say that again -- The United States is rather large, in fact, 
it's land size totals 9,631,418 km² (3,718,711 sq mi), and boasts a 
popuation of just under 300 million persons.

> 
>>it for me but thought one of you guys might be into it.  He wants $200.
> 
> 
> If it's a complete and repairable (not necessarily working) machine, then 
> I think that's a fair price. 
> 
> 
> [1] Reminds me of a 'definition' i heard years ago. If a service manual 
> says that a special tool is available 'locally' then it's either a 
> misprint for 'luckily' or the name of an obscure village in Wales :-)

HAHAHAHAHA. PWNED.

> 
> -tony
> 


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