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Old 01-05-2003, 06:59 PM
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CT-100 Stuff

As of 1-5, Several CT-100/CTC-2 parts/items currently up for bid on e-bay. Looks to be from parted out sets in Indiana.
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ct-100

what is the seller mean about the "smell" on all his items?
odd..
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Old 01-09-2003, 12:46 PM
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CT-100 "smells"

Terry,
I can't say exactly what this seller is smelling on his CT-100 parts. But there is a very distinct odor when a CT-100 has been cooking for a while. That combination of 50 year old electrical componets, various plastics, and ceramics, rubber and wood along with accumulated dust all heating up in an ozone brew. Well the fragrance is unmistakenly "Ode du CT-100."
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