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Thursday 28th February 2013
Roger Jowett (Ulster)
samkoopvidsear

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Monday 11th October 2010
Fernando Reyes Martinez (Brazil)
MSX Projects

Humity: 20~80$ (percent of course)


Monday 11th October 2010
Fernando Reyes Martinez (Brazil)
MSX Projects

Hi,

About MSX turboR, the original price (back in 1990 until 1992) was:

ST: $87,800Yen
GT: $99,800Yen

Operation temperature: +10~35C
Humity: 20~80$

Dimensions: 425(W) x 292(D) x 89(H)mm
Weight: 3.4Kg

That is.





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