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Mint! Very nice! Thanks for sharing!



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Classicat, this is a great thread and some great machines.

A Moody Blues song pops in my head when looking at the operator facing exhaust: Breathe deep the gathering gloom, Watch lights fade from every room. "Late Lament" 1967.

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That chute rotating mechanism is unique, haven't seen that before. Not to mention the exhaust pointing back at the operator. Thanks for sharing.

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