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Salvaged Metal from Piano Warehouse Fire
By Don Winter

Well, I decided to run over to the fire and retrieve a keyboard shift
lever I needed and they had scraped the place level, all those pianos
gone!  So no wind chimes no nothing.  But they had a water damaged
9-footer. and believe me it was coming apart faster than I could
imagine.  I did ask for and receive the lever from that one.  It was
a Kurtzman and am I glad I did not see it before buying the Weber and
tempted to take it home.  It was free.  I have done many foolish
projects in my life and like any addiction probably still have the
disease!

Don Winter


(Message sent Wed 20 Nov 2002, 13:23:07 GMT, from time zone GMT-0500.)

Key Words in Subject:  Fire, Metal, Piano, Salvaged, Warehouse

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