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Clear Lombard / 101 is complete

Check out my image gallery Biggrin

- Alison

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Me wanty. Seriously.

Me wanty.

Seriously.

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[url]http://www.applefritter.

http://www.applefritter.com/image/uid/1813

theres a link so people dont have to go digging to find it Wink

thats a point actually ... theres no link from a persons profile to their image gallery currently ... ill have to add one Wink

TOM

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::drool::

::Drool::

That looks amazing. Doing any more systems with your lot of plastics?

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clear Powerbook 5300

yup, I'll be doing a MUCH nicer all clear powerbook 5300 too. I only have enough plastics and parts for one of those though... but they are all matching and pristine clear plastics for that one. It'll be nice.

- Alison

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How did you do it?

How did you do it?

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Cool

Nicely done as always :coolmac:

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It fell on her . . .

. . . off someone else's truck!

Nice job, Alison, it's a thing of beauty!

jt Wink

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hehehe well, anyone is alway

hehehe well, anyone is always welcome to make an offer... but it'll probably be held onto until after I get back from Europe in late July/early August.

On this one, I'd need enough to recover all costs... which is significant.

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Is a 700Mhz iMac G4 worth eno

Is a 700Mhz iMac G4 worth enough to recover the costs?

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