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FS: Louis May's North Tonawanda Model 184
By Sam Harris

My good friend, Louis May, passed away from stroke complications on
April 9th.  He lived in Washington, North Carolina, and loved fairs
and his prized North Tonawanda Musical Instrument Works band organ.
His full obituary can be viewed here: 

His widow has asked me to oversee the selling of the organ.  This organ
is believed to be the only remaining NTMIW style 184.  I have operated
this organ at the Pitt County Fair, North Carolina, fair for the past
eleven years and it is always a hit!  You will love traveling with and
playing this fine organ.

It has the 4-in-1 Wurlitzer valves, plays the Wurlitzer style 150 rolls
of which 54 are included, a duplex roll mechanism, Stinson MIDI system
installed, a trailer is included.  The organ plays well.

Photos can be viewed here: 
A video can be seen here: 

Email or Facebook a private message to me if you are interested,

Sam Harris
Greenville, North Carolina [delete ".geentroep" to reply]

(Message sent Sat 29 Jun 2013, 14:50:23 GMT, from time zone GMT-0400.)

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