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I just finished a reconditioning of one I bought a couple months ago. The shakedown was really good. So good that now I would have a hard time parting with it (not that I had any plans to). Unless you need money or space, I'd probably hang onto it. Tesch is another of those storied builders, a great craftsman who went far too soon. Perhaps in another 10 or 15 years when Confentes are bringing triple digits, Tesch will have the same kind of appreciation. If not, it's a fantastic ride in the meantime.
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