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Hi everyone,

so, while i am still unpacking and sorting after my forced move due to Hurricane Sandy, I still managed to score this steal from Ebay last week - a 1980's Walmer townhouse for $11. I was going to bring it in to my afterschool for the children to work on, but given its rarity I think it's staying with me!

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