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2 manual, 3 rank tracker practice organ built by Gabriel Kney
« on: September 04, 2011, 04:45:34 AM »
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DISPOSAL FILE 852

The University has declared the following item(s) as surplus and are offered for sale by bid to all University Departments, Faculty, Staff, Students and other private individuals. University departments will be given first consideration. If University of Windsor department, please indicate account number to be charged on bid form and that the item is for your department.

Disposal File 852


Item   Qty.   Description
1   Gabriel Kney 1974-Pipe Organ 2-manual and pedal 3-rank mechanical-action organ.
Please note dimensions-this is a small pipe organ designed for personal practicing (8', 4', 8') built in 1973.
In very good condition includes bench (4' 4" x 1'1) and plugs into the wall.

Note: Buyer is responsible for removal and moving costs.

Minimum Bid: $1500.00
      
      
Contact: Trevor Pittman, ext. 2799
      
      
      
All sales are “as is, where is” (http://www.uwindsor.ca/pc/disposal).
Bid forms are available, see below and from Purchasing Services, 4th floor, Room 405,
Chrysler Hall Tower, Bids are accepted by Purchasing up to September 8, 2011
10:00 am.local time in a sealed envelope marked with the disposal file number
or faxed to 519-973-7080 at bidder's risk.

http://web4.uwindsor.ca/units/purchasing/m1nsf.nsf/main/4DF99EDA6DBA54B18525749E006C1F8B?OpenDocument

Link takes you to the page where the above announcement was copied from, and includes a .pdf bidding form...

Someone will get a really nice practice instrument... Maybe... YOU 8) ;D ;)

Eric
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