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Topic: New American-Made Espresso Machines (8 msgs / 159 lines)
1) From: ginny
Salvatore Espresso Systems Inc.
Solvang, CA 93463
is one and there is another but i need to think a few minutes.

2) From: ginny
http://www.astramfr.com/gourmet.htmis the other company, I think someone on our list has an astra!

3) From: Gene Smith
Somebody posted a URL to a new American-made espresso machine and asked if 
anyone had any experience of them.  I went to the website and found it 
pretty interesting, but have since lost the URL (DUHH!).
Would whoever posted the original query please post it again?
Gene Smith
riding the wild learning curve, in Houston

4) From: Dan Bollinger
http://www.salvatore-espresso.com/My initial response is Yuck!   However, the two Famosa machines look good.
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5) From: AliceAnn
I'm not the one who posted, but I did find this site listing three US
makers of espresso equipment, including Ginny's post on Salvatore. I
thought the Famosas on this site were lookin good also; did notice
pricing equivalent to Italian-made models with two boilers - all those
big wages we make, huh?
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6) From: AliceAnn
Might have helped to show the URL...http://www.usstuff.com/esprsmch.htm

7) From: Greg Scace
Astra.  Nice machines.  Nice guy who owns the company.
-Greg Scace
At 02:59 PM 4/17/2005 -0700, you wrote:

8) From: Greg Scace
Oh yeah.  www.astramfr.com   I think.
At 02:59 PM 4/17/2005 -0700, you wrote:

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