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Well lads, it finally arrived. It took an agonizing seven (7) days to come all the way from sunny southern California to Ontario, Canada but it is indeed here.

It's a Cobra Class 4 machine purchased from Dave and Steve at Leather Machines Co. Inc. and from what I've learned this past two to three weeks is that they're two of the most knowledgeable gents in the business.

Anyway, here's a couple of shots of it, and I hope someone here can help me. I cannot, for the life of me, find the danged seat. Where do you sit?

I'll have a couple more photos when my tall strong son gets home from work later today. God........ the wait, it's just brutal on an impatient old man. Just brutal.

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Ha ha!!

That's funny. I'm really glad you got out of California Matt, but you're going to have to wait until my son gets home to get you out of there. Just wiggle around a bit from time to time and the blood won't all rush into your head. Wait a minute!! You aren't out there in that box at all, are you?

Are you? Nahhhh, Matt? Matt? Helloooooooooo, hmmmm, laptop battery must have died. Oh well, he was a good friend.

Bud

Bud! I snuck in to Canada and I'm hiding in here typing on my laptop. I wanted to escape communism so I left California. Hurry up and get me out of here. I'm upside down!
 

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Good luck with the new machine. Sorry the old one did not work out for you. Keep on doing that GREAT Leatherwork.
 
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Ha ha!!

That's funny. I'm really glad you got out of California Matt, but you're going to have to wait until my son gets home to get you out of there. Just wiggle around a bit from time to time and the blood won't all rush into your head. Wait a minute!! You aren't out there in that box at all, are you?

Are you? Nahhhh, Matt? Matt? Helloooooooooo, hmmmm, laptop battery must have died. Oh well, he was a good friend.

Bud
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Congrats on the new ma-chine ML.

You have to build the seat out of the pallet, like Geppeto.

And WB, youre response was THE funniest thing Ive read on here. I laughed long and heartily.
 

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Well lads, it finally arrived. It took an agonizing seven (7) days to come all the way from sunny southern California to Ontario, Canada but it is indeed here.

It's a Cobra Class 4 machine purchased from Dave and Steve at Leather Machines Co. Inc. and from what I've learned this past two to three weeks is that they're two of the most knowledgeable gents in the business.

Here are the few shots as promised. What a dream machine it is. It's so quiet you can barely hear it when it sews. It breezes through 3/4" leather without an issue and the stitches are so nice I wish I'd bought an electric machine years ago.

It is just huge but with the fun I had with it yesterday I can honestly say it's just remarkable. Built like a tank, and runs like an American Pocket Watch.
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