I'd like one for my Omni-V.
Vy 73, AI2Q, Alex in Kennebunk, Maine .-.-.
> From: Beamer, Jay <JBeamer@PanAmSat.com>
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: [TenTec] Wanna buy a 301?
> Date: Friday, September 04, 1998 10:46 AM
> Hello Everyone.
> Got ya, didn't I? Just a wild thought this morning. I'm in a rare
> mood. For those that know what a 301 is, we all know how fast it
> be snapped up if someone listed one for sale on the reflector. Well,
> just got to thinking, why not take a poll as to what kind of
> there really is for the darn things. We know we can build one
> by buying the encoder from Ten Tec and putting it in our own box,
> for us hard core, everything must match and be authentic type
> individuals, using a project box won't do.
> So, what I'm saying is, let me know if you have an interest in a
> and let me know if you wouldn't mind building it yourself. Maybe we
> can persuade Ten Tec into making the boxes, painting them, and
> sticking the logo on, and then just shipping the 301 box, the
> coiled cable, and the optical encoder with a schematic and we could
> build them ourselves. The additional parts required would be the
> buyer's responsibility.
> I don't think anyone wants Ten Tec to do this for free, so Scott/Ten
> Tec, make it worth you while! Ten Tec has always been fair with us.
> Maybe Ten Tec would even build them. And Scott/Ten Tec, no rush on
> something like this. I think everyone would be satisfied just to
> that they can get one in the next few months, like say, for
> So, how many do you want and do you mind building it yourself? Let
> Torrance, Ca.
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