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Some of the nicer or more rare stuff

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Next Saturday is a smaller get together up in Maine so figured I'd bring up some of the stuff that doesn't go to the big shows. They haven't seen the light of day in a LONG time so it'll be nice for people to see them. They're too small and expensive to leave unattended at the big shows although I have never heard of any stealing of anything at any of them.

Just a small sample and will probably bring about 20-25 tools or so depending on available time to get them out. Pictures of the entire display all together next week

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NOS PC3 Fogger

LA Fire Dept's Fan

Bridge's Drill from UK

Grass trimmer from UK

Petro Drill

Lapadary saw

NOS green Amp Champ

Orline Cut Off saw

 

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I forgot you also have one of the fire dept fans.  I love the old Beacon Star lapidary saw.  I e yet to see another one!  That P3 fogger has the 20A engine, right?

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20 minutes ago, CNew said:

That P3 fogger has the 20A engine, right?

Yes. I'd prefer having the smaller Buffalo Turbine  one but ...

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Here's the list of more that's going. I'm hoping to generate some more people's interest in O&R stuff and the best way is to let them see a bunch of the applications available and how cool these little things are. That's how I got into it when a couple of them were sitting on a shelf where I went to buy something else.

Mity Mite generator

Creme Lure generator

TT 300

2 versions of Chip A Saw

Mono Chainsaw

Comet chainsaw

Comet pump

C Saw circular saw

Little Wonder hedge trimmer

Bee Jay winch

JB power chipper saw

Polaris Power pole snow blower

Polaris power pole outboard

Compressor with spay gun

Wards digger 10

Micro mini bike

Turbair ToT

Glow fuel conversion engine with airplane prop

 

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It wasn't a big event. Just at a guy's house but yeah, it definitely got some attention. I enjoy explaining what they are, answering questions and trying to generate interest in them

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