Anyone building a Total Dehydrator replica?

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Jim Akin
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Anyone building a Total Dehydrator replica?

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In the course of some otherwise Batman-less research, I came across an eBay listing for the Electrolux model used as the basis for Commodore Schmidlapp's invention. $50 seems like a pretty good deal, if you're in the market. According to the seller, it still works (as a vacuum cleaner).
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svl
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$45 shipping on top of the $50...
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Meule
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$120 shipping to Belgium... If it wasn't for the high shipping I probably would've bought one ages ago, they show pretty regularly on eBay.
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Re: Anyone building a Total Dehydrator replica?

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I've got one at home, painted orange and ready for decals... really need to finish that at some point
The goal when making a perfect replica is to not focus on the perfections, but perfecting the imperfections. :ugeek:
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