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Re: Wurlitzer 105 Plans
By Tom Logan

Re: Rob's inquiry; I purchased the building plans for the 105 from Bob Stanoszek at

The Calliope Works
17641 Sagamore Road
Walton Hills, OH 44146
Tel. (216) 467-8271

The cost was $40 and I'm very pleased with what I received. Included are dimensioned drawings for everything but the roll frame. The roll frame is shown as the original 3 page pictorial from US Patent 1,671,987 dated 1928. All together there are about 80 pages in the plan book.

Dan Copeland asked about organ pressures;the 105 operates at 6-8 inches water.

Tom Logan


(Message sent Fri 16 Aug 1996, 21:56:31 GMT, from time zone GMT-0400.)

Key Words in Subject:  105, Plans, Wurlitzer

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