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jumpsheep Posted - 09/02/2009 : 12:00:31 PM
Will respond to serious inquiries, just email me (jumpsheep@mac.com).

Info here:

http://jumpsheep.blogspot.com/2007/11/paula-simmons-rover...
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KathyR Posted - 12/22/2009 : 2:26:10 PM
quote:
Originally posted by jumpsheep

S O L D


...to a very, very lucky new owner! Huge sigh! Sadly, not me.

KathyR

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jumpsheep Posted - 12/22/2009 : 07:48:43 AM
S O L D
jumpsheep Posted - 09/04/2009 : 07:15:25 AM
To those who may be interested...
I'm asking $15,000 and pickup in the Washington, DC area. For comparison, the current price of a new ElsaCard is $12,000, not including shipping.

Paula Simmons owned this for 15 years and I have had it for 2 years. We both took very good care of it. I purchased this to resettle in NZ, but plans have changed and would need greater mobility. I cannot be moving around with a machine that weighs 380 lbs in its crate. Upon uncrating, I had to hire two men to move it three steps up from the garage to the foyer.
KathyR Posted - 09/03/2009 : 5:29:46 PM
You are right, there are no such machines available here as far as I know, hence my interest. Sadly, my lack of the necessary $$$$ will prevent my importing your lovely machine. Unless, of course, the said Lotto ticket materialises!

KathyR

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jumpsheep Posted - 09/03/2009 : 12:58:08 PM
Sorry, I meant KathyR.
jumpsheep Posted - 09/03/2009 : 12:53:02 PM
RoseR, you're in the South Island. I bought this to take to Queenstown, but your immig people are too demanding. My husband would prefer that the machine go to a Kiwi as there is no such machine available there. All are antiques and humongous.
jumpsheep Posted - 09/03/2009 : 12:48:33 PM
See bumps produced with the machine here:
http://www.flickr.com/photos/knittism/sets/72157603284505195/
KathyR Posted - 09/02/2009 : 4:46:25 PM
If only I could win Lotto...sigh!

KathyR

If you always do what you always did, you'll always get what you always got.
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jumpsheep Posted - 09/02/2009 : 12:41:03 PM
Sorry for the faulty link. Correct URL here: http://jumpsheep.blogspot.com/2007/11/paula-simmons-rover-no-1-finds-new-home.html

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