Myford book

My name is Paul I am a Myford owner lining in the far flung wastes of
Norfolk ! ! !
I am looking for the Myford 7 book by Ian Bradley can anybody help???
Cheers
Paul
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wingnut
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Seat down n look here:
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Priced like that is only an indication that sellers perceive a rarity that only exists because of the number listed. I think to the average bookseller in the UK, a fiver would be the going rate.
Tom
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Tom
Theres a place in Nottingham that sells them new for about £13 inc. the P+P. You can phone them on 0115 925 4222.
Peter
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Peter Neill
"wingnut" said
There is a 1977 paperback edition on eBay - 7586209510 - at present, one bid £4.00 + £3.00 post.
JG
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JG
I bought mine on ebay for £10.00; it was immaculate, not sure what edition but it had a chapter for the Super 7. Martin
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Martin Whybrow
Cheers Tom
It looks as if there is a bit of profiteering going on here by those shops that have,I'll have a look at the dreaded evil bay, appreciate your help.
Paul Tom wrote:
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wingnut
Cheers Peter, will keep an eye on Evil Bay and give this number a call as well
Paul
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wingnut
Hi JG
Don't know why my search did not fiind that, appreciate your help will keep an eye on it, somebody also gave me a contact number to try so will do that as well.
Paul
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wingnut
Always worth looking on abebooks.com
Use the advanced search option, far better than the standard box:
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Peter A Forbes
OK, I have to own to teasing little bit, but I thought you might have twigged it:). The number is for Myford and they stock these at a very reasonable price.
Sometimes its all too easy to overlook the original maufacturers as a source of information and parts. A nice man from Jones & Shipman sent me a copy of 'Precision Grinding Techniques' foc the other week, whilst at the same time a copy sold on e-bay for about £25. A big thank you to David Mills.
Following on from that and going slightly OT, it's nice to know that there are still people out there who will act like this without looking for financial recompense, and I'm a great believer that if you receive a favour then you should also 'pass it on'. This NG is very good at that.
Peter
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Peter Neill

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