Blank Cases nearing compleation

February 10, 2009 at 3:48 pm Leave a comment

I will be offering for sale a limited quantity of blank unfinished cases and dyed curly maple cases. The sale will start on Sunday Feb 15 at 12 noon, Central time. These will be sold first come first serve. I will take the purchases as they come into my email The top panels will be drilled for six 30mm screw in buttons and the Sanwa JLF series of joysticks. There will also be three 24mm holes on the back side of the case for screw in buttons. Prices and quantities for these are as follows, shipping not included: 9 Unfinished cases $60 each 7 Dyed Curly Maple cases $135 each (various colors) Included with each case is a plexiglass top to protect your artwork, rubber feet to protect your table, and joystick mounting screws. Pictures are below.  The colors on the maple cases are from the bottom up; Red Mahogony, Purple, Cordovan, Walnut, Honey Amber, Green & Golden Brown

When you send your email to purchase please include the following information.  Your real name, your shipping address and which case you want, in the situation of the maple cases please give a 2nd and 3rd color choice in case your 1st choice is already gone.


I will send you a PayPal invoice that will give you the options for payment. I will go by the time stamp on the emails that I receive. I plan to be in front of my computer before the time that the sale opens. As soon as I get enough emails I will post here that the sale is closed and / or which cases are still available.


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