FS/FT "Automaticker" electric ticket machine

Discussion in 'Archived Threads 2001-2004' started by Chris Rosene, Jun 15, 2001.

  1. Chris Rosene

    Chris Rosene Second Unit

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    One happy customer at the AV Science forum!!http://www.avsforum.com/ubb/Forum8/HTML/004277.html
    I have one left:
    Circa 1981 CE-100 Consolidated Engineering and Manufactuting Corp automatic ticket machine. New in the box!! Approx 30" high, 16.75" wide, and 12.75" deep. 5 unit case (they also made a 3). Weighs approx 58 lbs.
    Automaticket Model "E" is the official model number.
    I have a digi cam so I can take pictures if you wish.
    I need a new mountain bike (Trek, Gary Fisher, Cannondale, Schwinn - but basic models). So how about $150 or I will gladly trade for a bike if you have one sitting in your garage collecting dust. Will also consider trades for anything else "cool" (car lcd screen, 200/300 CD changer, DVD's, ??? make an offer)
    These don't have the button contraption to make it fully functional (must have sold as a separate unit). These do have an electrical "multioutlet" inside of them, so the uses are almost limitless. Extremely heavy and well built.
    Lockable cabinet. Would make a great decorator safe to store your HT valuables.
    Email if you have questions
    Chris
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  2. RyanL

    RyanL Stunt Coordinator

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    You don't happen to have pics of this, do you?
    I would more than likely be interested in trading my 200-disc CD player, with optical output. Does this sound like something you might be interested in? I have the model # on my sig.
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