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 Tim Stoel just (as of July, 2005) acquired a "new" Novachord, he's got pictures, and he'll be chronicling his restoration efforts at http://www.novachord.com 
 ([Here's|http://www.dairiki.org/hammond/novachord/stoel.m3u] a recording of Tim's Novachord, before he'd done much refurbishment. 
 And [here's|http://www.dairiki.org/hammond/novachord/stoel2.m3u] what it sounds like now.) 
  
-As of November, 2017, #1154 is now in the care of Matthew Klein, in Australia. It used to live in The Netherlands, and had a degree of restoration under the care of Sjaak Van Oosterhaut of MusiFix; and is the only currently known Novachord other than Dan Wilson's 346 to have its original back panel. 
+As of November, 2017, #1154 is now in the care of Matthew Klein, in Australia. It used to live in The Netherlands, and had a degree of restoration under the care of Sjaak Van Oosterhaut of ! MusiFix; and is the only currently known Novachord other than Dan Wilson's # 346 to have its original back panel. [https://bit.ly/2OYJa5P]  
  
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 !Other Links 
 ;: http://www.hollowsun.com/shop/novachord/index.htm 

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