4X5 DURST MULTIGRAPH ENLARGER

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  1. BenjiH

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    Located in Muncie, IN. This head is mounted on a Durst Laborator 1200 chassis. It comes with 100mm Componon, 4 blade neg carrier, power supply, timer, foot switch, two extra lens mounts, 4x5 & 6x7 diffusion chambers and instruction manuals. I'm open to shipping this item and only charging the actual shipping cost, but that would have to be determined after it is broken down and packed up, as well as your location. Also, within a reasonable distance, I'm open to delivery for the price of gas & expenses. Asking $1,000, but open to offers. Thanks for looking.
     
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    Accidental post - sorry
     
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    Forgot to upload photos.
     

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    huh?
     
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    Sorry about that - I'm trying to get used to a new tablet and tapatalk, and while I meant to just look at your thread ...

    Good luck with your sale
     
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    Your original reply said "werty" and I had to look it up. Urban dictionary was where I found the definition
     
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    "werty" happens to correspond to 5 adjacent keys on a "QWERTY" keyboard - the ones I was striking in order to check out my keyboard.

    Only after I did that did I realize I had somehow clicked on the "Reply To Thread" first, and "Submit" afterwards.