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great stuff momo!
Nice stuff MoMo, especially like the screwdrivers, I am a fan of those as well.
Here's a couple of side-valve spring compressors I have.This one, by DUCO, was commonly found in the toolkits supplied with 1920's flat-tankers. I believe DUCO had a particular association with Brown Motorcycles...The larger one below it is by TERRYS. I think it probably dates from the 1950/60s. I don't use either for their intended purpose at present, but the TERRYS one is brilliant for pushing in brake caliper pistons!
stoking this thread up again,heres an old Stanley bailey #4 plane I pulled out of a bin the other day,ill tidy it up a little,anyone know its approximate age?i googled it up and have a couple of sites to wade through yet,ive never been into wood work but can appreciate a quality tool like this,it has a nice not too heavy patina and will be a perfect working tool once tuned up,old planes are a popular collectors item?it has "MADEINCAN" spaced like that cast near under the thumb screw wheel.
What pisses me off is that, after watching Franken's soft porn clip, all I could say was, "Hey! Those are Harbor Freight scissors!!"
Somebody go rescue SpankenFranken from the pissed off thread. He's been slurring his words, puked on his shoes, pissed himself, and had me confused for Stan. We need to ply him with more liquor, STAT!!
I pulled this mini circular saw out of a trash bin today,looks 60s?maybe earlier?not a single piece of plastic,its incomplete as the box has more spring clips inside to store things than whats in it,i thought its powered by your hand drill when I first picked it up,perhaps it had a little detachable electric motor with it?most of these tin boxes I find are empty,it has three blades in total,little hobbists tool?before the days where cheap circular saws were around?EDIT,found one on google,made in Australia,it was a complete kit with a drill that powered the saw.http://www.trademe.co.nz/building-renovation/tools/hand-tools/other/auction-720207365.htm
Would you settle for Sanford and Son, Dave? My Dad loved that show!https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3lMDvMxGOnU
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