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Post# 98433   5/16/2010 at 22:57 (3,436 days old) by caligula (Benton, Pa)        

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Hi everybody, well the great news is that the Whirlwind, and all my non-electric machines are home. The sad thing is that the guy who helped me put that stuff in storage 4 years ago helped himself to about 20 of my machines. I will share all the details later, but for the record, if any of you come in contact with Steve Groff of Sacramento, Ca. stay away, he is bad news! However, I will survive the loss and somehow replace the machines as they are late model Electrolux's and Kirby models, with a few Hoovers and a G.E or two.

As I said, more later.

Alex Taber





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