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fernballan

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It looks worse than it was . Wondering how many machines around the world are roasting under a tarpaulin
 

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it looks like a very capable and well built machine, enjoy it!
 

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When I used to visit the scrap yard at Pratt & Whitney in West Palm Beach, Fl. there were millions (maybe billions) of dollars in tooling and machinery sitting out in the weather along side a swamp full of gators.
 

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Mine sat in a abandoned machine shop for 25 years . The roof had fallen in. Luckily the old girl was covered in oil and near a dryer part of the building.
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Actually looks quite a lot like a DS&G I had in the seventies
 
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