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    what if you had an older century 100 lane machine that still works....would it be of any value to anyone? should I keep it for extreme emergencies?

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    What is your backup for emergencies? Is this it, or do you have something better?

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      If you decide it has no value, scrapping it for parts may bring the most valuable. I bought an old machine at auction for $10 because of the motors, solenoids and electronics which are in high demand for robotics enthusiasts which is why I bought mine. But I like to think old machines never die, but they bring joy to those who have less and can't justify or afford more.

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