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RE: Tesla Stuff near Colorado Springs?

Original poster: "BrianB" <brianb-at-antelecom-dot-net> 


I think it's the Dick Aurandt coil you are speaking of. Bill Wysock
restored it and donated it to the museum, then upon its closing, the
coil was returned to Bill (and I was lucky enough to help uncrate and
run it upon its return).

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Brian B.

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Subject: Re: Tesla Stuff near Colorado Springs?

Original poster: Zimtesla-at-aol-dot-com

In a message dated 6/11/04 4:40:44 PM Pacific Standard Time,
tesla-at-pupman-dot-com writes:

 >Does anyone know if there is any Tesla stuff to be seen around Colorado
 >Springs? A museum perhaps by any chance?

There was a Tesla museum and book store in Colorado Springs a few years
ago. My understanding is that it is now closed. They had a Ken
Strickfadden(sp?) coil from the old Frankestein movies which was
for demo.