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Announcement   Announcement : AMUC Inventory Clear Out
   posted by ssolie on 26-Apr-2003 3:25:47 (1304 reads)
AMUC has had plenty of old Amiga hardware and software donated to the group over the last year or so and we want to give it all away.

Each item is $5 CAD + shipping for non-members or join the club for $20 CAD and take as much as you like (within reason) + shipping.

See http://www.amuc.ab.ca/ for more details.

Please note everything is sold as-is. Most of it has been tested but we make no guarantees whatsoever.
    

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