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If yes I need a photo lol
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My color Fantasy is missing the stand. In the instructions there is mention of a rack, I think I am missing that too.

I am no longer missing the instructions thanks to Stereo.

And it looks like I am not missing the Yellow circle card because there is none.

I still need to repair it by glueing back in place the two channels.

Thanks xl18 for sending Sidetrack instructions.

Yes good Tenyo Karma has been plentiful in the last week or so.

In the same box was an ultra Mint T-1 Thimbles and T-65 Magic Tube plus 5 others.
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Hey AA, nice find for sure. I bought a Color Fanatsy last year and needed to to a little re-gluing on it as well The plastic is very fragile, all of the pieces were intact. The gaff card (circle) was badly stained but my sign company I deal with made me an exact copy.The stand would not be that hard to replicate from black plastic if needed. I could trace an outline of the piece (there are two which hinge together) if you decide to try that.

On the T-65 Magic Tube is the cover a red cork or plastic cover?

John
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Aaahh de cork versus red plastic cover question ... .
John, the original one has a red plastic cover - yours is a copy - very nicely made, but still a copy. Hardly worth anything ... . Just kidding lol Smile
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Mine is black with a red cap.

It was filled with diamonds but I threw them out since they were not original to the trick.
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LOL Killertweety, I detect a little cork eny....
John Mazza
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Guys,

I got the instructions and information that I needed but still need the following pictures.

Shot of the pieces that come with Crossroads. I am particularly interested in what the back end of the shell looks like.

Shot of the middle section of an opened Sidetrack and the back side with the half oval cutout where you pull the card from.

Thanks in advance for any help,
I will do my best to payback these favors.
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Guys,

I got some good pictures from KillerTweety and Stereo (thanks so much).

I can use one or two more close-up pictures of the middle of the Sidetrack when it is open. It is hard for me to see how the two sides are bound.

Thanks
AA
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I see the one on ebay went ofr $407... definitely worth trying to fix that one AA!
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Question

How hard is it to grab the card on the backside by the "cutout" and pull it through?

It seems real hard to do on the version I am working on.

Thanks
AA
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Should not be hard to pull out AA. The one that I fixed the gaff part was getting caught and making the card hard to pull out.
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Comes out pretty smooth, but you have to 'pull' of course, but not very hard.
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No one has a copy of the SideTrack with the variant printing on the front?

Anyone know if Photobucket will work for posting photos here?
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