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Seek: Calliope Plans
By David Repanshek

I have built a Wurlitzer Model 105 Military Band Organ from scratch.
After two years and $3000 in material I now have what I think is a very
good organ.  I used a Dayton blower vice the bellows for reliability.

I am now wanting to build a steam or air calliope.  Does anybody have
any plans out there for such a project?  If so please e-mail me back at
repo@webtv.net  Thanks.

David Repanshek
Portsmouth, Virginia.

 [ Editor's Note:
 [
 [ Good air calliope plans are available by mail for $25 from
 [
 [   Bob Stanoszek
 [   17641 Sagamore Rd.
 [   Walton Hills, OH 44146
 [
 [ An article titled "Build a Steam Calliope", by Andrew G. Thompson,
 [ appeared in Live Steam magazine, June 1977.
 [
 [ Robbie


(Message sent Mon 26 May 1997, 20:59:43 GMT, from time zone GMT-0400.)

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