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Derek Maxwell
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Posts: 87
From: Ohio
Registered: Nov 1999


 - posted 07-23-2000 04:20 PM      Profile for Derek Maxwell   Author's Homepage   Email Derek Maxwell   Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 
I have been working on this 35mm project for some time now and I just found enough footage to make up a 5 minute version which is now for sale at my web site. I am still looking for parts of this clock to restore a 10 minute version so if anybody can help...e-mail me. Thanks. www.drive-infilm.com

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