[NTLK] [FS] Last Chance: MP130, MP2000, autographed Defying Gravity
Goodwin, Greg P.
GoodwinG at aafes.com
Wed Feb 17 15:04:57 EST 2010
Every time I see "Defying Gravity" I think of the really cool song from the musical "Wicked".
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From: newtontalk-bounces at newtontalk.net [mailto:newtontalk-bounces at newtontalk.net] On Behalf Of Grant Hutchinson
Sent: Wednesday, February 17, 2010 1:55 PM
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Subject: [NTLK] [FS] Last Chance: MP130, MP2000, autographed Defying Gravity
This is another follow up to a posting that I made on behalf of Carl
The prices have been lowered again, as the one bite he received fell
through and he would like to sell everything as a package.
How does $125US (plus shipping) for everything sound?
(Pretty darn good if you ask me.)
If you are interested in this package, please *** DO NOT reply to the
Contact Carl directly via email: <cgladstone at pobox.com>
This MessagePad has had very little use, with no scratches on the
screen or case. Newton OS 2.0 installed. Backlight is very good. The
backup battery needs replacing and the plastic card slot blank is
This unit was not used very much either. Both the case and screen are
in very good shape. Newton OS 2.1 installed. Backlight is bright.
Includes the AA battery tray and the 4MB card. It is missing one of
the card slot blanks and one of the screen clips on the back. Also
includes Newton Connection Utilities for Windows 1.0 (Beta) floppy
Autographed 'Defying Gravity'
This copy of 'Defying Gravity' is autographed by the book's
photographer, Doug Menuez. The slipcover has some minor wear and tear
around the edges. Otherwise, it is in excellent condition. Signed
copies of this infamous book are fairly hard to come by.
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