From: Dwight K. Elvey <dwight.elvey_at_amd.com>
Date: Fri Aug 20 16:52:09 2004

 From the picture I'm looking at, it has 10 wheels or rotors.
This is not a WW2 unit.
 What country are you in?

>From: "Paul Koning" <pkoning_at_equallogic.com>
>>>>>> "Geoffrey" == Geoffrey Thomas <geoffreythomas_at_onetel.com> writes:
> Geoffrey> Is this the real thing ?
> Geoffrey>
>Bizarre. Ebay does not allow me to see that item. It says "due to
>restrictions in your home country" which is utter nonsense. It's
>possible that the UK has export restrictions, but that's not what it
>>>>>> "Dwight" == Dwight K Elvey <dwight.elvey_at_amd.com> writes:
> Dwight> Hi This is not a WW2 machine. This was made many years after
> Dwight> that. It is an Enigma design with more wheels than the ones
> Dwight> the Germans used. It is a ridiculous price for a later
> Dwight> machine, regardless of condition. It is most likely military
> Dwight> surplus but not WW2.
>What does it actually show? Standard Enigmas have 3 wheels, but a few
>had four, so if it's a four wheel unit it's a possibility that it
>could be a WW2 unit.
> paul
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