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Road Trips are always an experience

I seem to meet people in parking lots.

I met some guys in a very dark shopping center lot one night in Northeast Philly a few years ago in order to sell Pass Labs Aleph 2 mono blocks. They had very heavy accents. All cash transaction. They were going to ship the amps to a relative in Russia or Georgia as a recall. The whole thing kind of felt like a drug deal.

An earlier meet-up was in a mall somewhere between Baltimore and DC in 2011, but at least it was daylight. The guy I met was buying my Threshold S/550e power amp. This thing was a behemoth weighing in at just under 100 pounds.

Didn't really get to know these folks except for a few minutes. I don't mind shipping things as I always have the original boxes, but I'm very wary damage.

I'll soon sell an almost minty, classic, VPI HW19 III in piano black here soon. I'm pretty sure that'll be another road trip.

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  • Road Trips are always an experience - Barry 15:56:26 08/02/22 (0)


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