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    Michael, nice to see some of this literature. What is in the Techn Informationen books. I do not believe I have seen those before, so no idea as to contents. I am always interested in Tech info. I agree, it does look like a Mega score.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LiveFromNY View Post
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    Wait I missed that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LiveFromNY View Post
    Wait I missed that.

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    Yah... probably. A friend has been in there quite a few times. I haven't had my chance "yet".
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    Quote Originally Posted by davep View Post
    Michael, nice to see some of this literature. What is in the Techn Informationen books. I do not believe I have seen those before, so no idea as to contents. I am always interested in Tech info. I agree, it does look like a Mega score.
    Hi Dave, they were only for the dealers, interesting info so I took a couple of pictures before my camera battery died.
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    I am trying to rotate the pictures.....
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    Trying it from phone. Why does it rotate the photo! This is driving me crazy!


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    Quote Originally Posted by davep View Post
    Michael, nice to see some of this literature. What is in the Techn Informationen books. I do not believe I have seen those before, so no idea as to contents. I am always interested in Tech info. I agree, it does look like a Mega score.
    These are the Factory Service bulletins. Interesting to read how the Factory "improved" things, they never admitted to doing something wrong or having a part or procedure be faulty, but they would sometimes "improve" the design. The late Roy Lock I think tried to chronicle all of them, I don't know if he ever did, but he scanned in a lot of them.

    As far as showing off what you found at swap meets, overall people love to see this stuff, since most people weren't there. It's like posting finds on Instagram, if you have followers in the double digit thousands, I think it's safe to say people like to see what you find. If someone gets mad about it, well, that's probably just sour grapes, or they are just sour.

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