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Real McCoy2828 Hwy 14
Madrid, NM 87010
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This little shop is full of a variety of take-home treasures. There are things for " Him, Her and Them ",in other words, for Men, Women and Children. I search for fun, interesting and useable things for a Good price. This good price is passed on to the customer. "Something for Everyone". Musical instruments are one of my favorite things. I've spent time building musical instruments through the years, and still do some building now. If you don't find anything that you can't live without, it's fun just looking at the different things there are. Come on in......You never know what you might find at The Real McCoy!
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