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  1. In my experience go Giant. They have the best bang for buck. Namely being the biggest manufacturer of cycles in the world ( bar India), doing OEM for plenty of other companies. Alu frames are best value imho. Don't get sucked in the carbon black hole ( pun intended). Whether 29" or 650B....let the salesman guide you. Don't let him convince you need a 160mm travel bike. You are a newbie....140mm or less will more than adequate. My 2cents. good luck
  2. Item:Panasonic Veira HDTV 42 inch model TBLX0060-7 TvV Price Range: 0 Item Condition: Works well Extra Info: Plasma. The TV is locate3d in Cobrago 2550
  3. thanks.. I have all the passwords, account names for this email account on the old iMac.. I've gone ahead and created the email account on the M1. It's downloaded some odd 200 emails from the hostgator server, but there are many more older emails on the iMac that aren't on the server which I was hoping to get onto the new M1. cheers
  4. Trying to migrate files from an Imac core 2 duo osx 10.6.8, to a Mac Mini M1 on 11.0.1 Getting error message to the effect that the OSX is too old or some such..... The most important thing is to get the emails from the Imac. Google has been of little use. thanks
  5. I'd like to go full psycho on the imac........... too much regluing. But I do a full monty on the Mackbook pros every once in a while.
  6. Further information: One of the more beautiful images created for the Bill Graham series of concerts. This poster was used to promote the last concerts at the Fillmore West. The press run was much smaller than other posters of the time, making it much scarcer today. The original poster was printed on coated index stock and measures approximately 22″ x 27⅞″. Approx 59 cm by 57.9 cm The second print poster was printed on thin, uncoated index stock, and folded to fit inside the album recorded during the closing of the Fillmore. Which is what this
  7. Further information: Steve McQueen Bullitt Poster. Printed in England by Pyramid LTD in the '80's I think. Size: 860mm by 605mm. Has some edge creasing and pin holes. No foxing to be seen. Photos:
  8. Further information: Very Rare poster of Abdullah Ibrahim's/ Dollar Brand Sydney Town Hall concert from the '70's. Poster looks like it's a silk screen. Dimensions are 570mm by 880mm The poster has never been hung up but shows slight creasing over it which don't show in the photos. And marking on the RHS as to storage. Photos:
  9. Further information: Very Rare, original 830mm by 600mm Poster: Keith Richards wearing a T shirt with the copy "Who the F is Mick Jagger" Overall in very good condition for it's age, with little foxing. No tears or drawing pin holes. It was mounted with yellow Tac ( see pics). Photos:
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