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Topic # 83711 20-May-2011 21:51
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Hello, guys. It seems there is only real groovy existing in auckland. Do you know any other second hand cd shop? Thanks.

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  Reply # 471761 20-May-2011 21:53
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Mighty Ape have a second-hand Marketplace online.

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  Reply # 471764 20-May-2011 21:56
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Anything in particular you are looking for?

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  Reply # 471776 20-May-2011 22:20
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Unless disaster has struck recently Slow Boat Records, Cuba Street, Wellington www.slowboatrecords.co.nz/ .

Or are you just looking for in Auckland? 

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  Reply # 471786 20-May-2011 23:04
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trademe ...




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  Reply # 471795 20-May-2011 23:56
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Thanks, bros. Actually classical cds are my favourites. And I'm in auckland, so just shops in auckland. I'm sort of a collector, so I prefer shopping in the shop because I can see the conditions of disks compared to online shopping. I've been searched several shops on yellow page, not a clue. All of them are closed.

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