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Old 03-12-2017, 10:19 PM   #1
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Does anyone have a NEC code book for 1968 and /or 1981 that they would like to sell? These are the only code books missing from my set from 1965 ( when I started helping my Dad, When I was 10) to now.

Does this mean that I am a horder?
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Folks,
Does anyone have a NEC code book for 1968 and /or 1981 that they would like to sell? These are the only code books missing from my set from 1965 ( when I started helping my Dad, When I was 10) to now.

Does this mean that I am a horder?
I have old NEC's from 1916 to present with a few holes most came from EBAY.

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http://www.ebay.com/itm/Vintage-1968...YAAOSwnHZYjj~8
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Yep, I found a couple of others, that I was missing, on ebay for under $10.
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If you are not dead set on having an original they can be bought reprinted from the Napa for not to horribly high of price.
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Does anyone have a NEC code book for 1968 and /or 1981 that they would like to sell? These are the only code books missing from my set from 1965 ( when I started helping my Dad, When I was 10) to now.

Does this mean that I am a horder?
Nope, just a sentimental collector.
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