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Announcement   Announcement :  Anachronism Industries: BIG Post Hurricane Sale
   posted by Anonymous on 13-Sep-2004 23:37:50 (1520 reads)
Due to the overwhelming popularity of our Labor Day Sale, Anachronism Industries is proud to announce a BIG Post Hurricane Sale!! Most of the items from the Labor Day Sale have returned and many more added!

New items include:
Delfina Flipper - $125
Retro Replay - $56
WD 9.1GB SCSI - $25
Individual Computers - PC Post Code Display - $27

And more!! Please check the Post Hurricane BLOWOUT section of our eShop! These prices are not loss leaders on a single item! These are on items in stock of up to 50 pieces or more!
    

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