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On 2/7/2021 at 5:07 PM, kac said:

Strange they would just give up, they seemed to have a small following of loyal users. Maybe they threw in the towel and gave up. It seemed to be a unique machine that wouldn't appeal to the mass market, maybe looked a little intimidating :)

If I find a working one pretty cheap on ebay I may snag one but $900 USD is bit of a stretch for something without a warranty for me since I don't have the knowledge to fix the circuit or the tools. Patch a couple wires, replace a pot I'm ok with.

Hi the owner is now fully involved in electric supercars business...

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Interesting, wonder if his super car designs will have a dashboard that rivals the Morgans with all sorts of toggle switches and knobs 🙂

Cool career change, thanks for sharing.

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1 hour ago, kac said:

Interesting, wonder if his super car designs will have a dashboard that rivals the Morgans with all sorts of toggle switches and knobs 🙂

Cool career change, thanks for sharing.

 

I owned  a  Blisstool v6 !! this thing can sniff a coin in red clay 20 " deep (with the 11" stock  coil ) with ease...

But if you have a problem with the machine it takes month before they take care of it and ship back...😬

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