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    Thanks to @hamid for passing on his 2004 Gaggia Classic at a very reasonable price.

    A little light buffing and she sheds her 15 years.
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    All looks good internally and almost no signs of scaling
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    so once primed I go straight for the first shot:
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    None too shabbly...
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    your welcome gareth hope you enjoy the gaggia as i did

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    Quote Originally Posted by GarethS View Post
    Thanks to @hamid for passing on his 2004 Gaggia Classic at a very reasonable price.
    so once primed I go straight for the first shot:
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    Nice looking Classic....

    Errrrr is that ONE shot? How much is that?
    ie It looks like a lot to me.... the amount in each glass looks pretty large..
    (Might be perspective - I haven't been near a classic for a while)
    Certainly got a fair amount of crema though!
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