'72 Thinline Owner's Manuals (reproductions) - free to a good home.

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  1. pcasarona

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    Hi all,

    If anyone out there has a 1972 Thinline and is missing their original owner's manual, I have recently reproduced my original. I was going to print just one, but was able to print three copies per sheet of card stock, so I have two additional copies I don't need. If anyone wants one private message me with your mailing address. First come, first serve, as I'm not going into production with these. (See photo below of Original and reproduction)

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    PM sent
     
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    That's very generous of you, and the repro looks really nice! I wish I could say I need one of these because it'd mean I've got a nice axe :rolleyes:
     
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    One spoken for, one left if anyone needs one.
     
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    Both spoken for now.
     
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    That is really nice of you. What a kind offer.
    I don't need one anyway, just thought it was cool
     
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    I received one of these in the mail today and I think it's as nice or nicer than a real Fender manual. I recently got my youngest brother's Natural '72 Thinline that he gigged hard for 12 or so years through the '80s into early '90s so it's in no way as nice and shiney as the manual but I'll keep 'em together from here on.
    Fellow member pcasarona also did an outstanding job in packing it between 2 slightly larger pieces of cardboard, taped and sent in a padded envelope. I mean nary a wrinkle. Nice to have members that will go the extra mile to do a good deed for somebody that merely shares a common interest. Many Thanks.
     
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    I received mine too, I just wanted to thank you for taking the time AND for giving them away. True altruism. I will send some funds your way to at least cover postage. Thanks!
     
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    So glad it got there safely. Hope you enjoy!
     
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    No funds necessary. Plenty of folks here have been very kind to me in the past. Just like to pay it forward when I can.
     
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