I restore antique motorcycles for a living , I collect I wide variety of items , but mostly advertising items .


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  1. Thanks Slackjack!
  2. How about a bore erosion gauge?
  3. That sounds pretty reasonable, I will look into that, thanks.
  4. I am leaning towards the same thing, TA. Wouldn't you think whoever designed this amazing tool would have left his name or company logo on this? I would certainly be proud of designing or manufacturin...
  5. I have not searched patented items yet, I look forward to doing so and thanks for the loves!
  6. Thanks for the loves!
  7. Well done slackjack! Quick work!
  8. Looks to be a bronze colored slush mold piece by the silver color inside. I love it more than the LOVE button allows, great piece!
  9. These are wire strippers used for stripping insulation off the ends for electrical work. I do not know the age of these. Many different companies still make and sell this type of stripper today.
  10. There is one these on EVILBAY right now listed as a straight razor or a blood letting tool, check it out!
  11. I collect and use vintage auto body tools, but this is the first time I've seen anything like this, you could be onto something.
  12. I'm pretty certain this is a vintage weed puller.
  13. Thanks for the loves, I'll probably have the neon repaired, but leave it in its current condition!
  14. Sooooo, what's the older city you detect in? What else did you find? We want to see!
  15. Thanks for the quick answer on this tool. I would have never guessed that to be the answer! Thanks for the loves!
  16. I have one of these in the shape of a motorcycle hanging off of the barn, the birds always nest in it!
  17. Thanks for the quick response and love! This is the best site around!
  18. Cool bike! Front forks look like a Schwinn springer to me.
  19. Check out Street Machinery in Euclid Ohio, this guy builds some of the best baggers on the planet! Nice guy too!
  20. I don't think a Shrade employee customized this knife as he would know where to drill a hole so a lanyard could pass through it. The scales and the bolsters look like they have been resanded to remove...
  21. Could it be a bean Frencher?
  22. You're kidding right? Google search rat rod images, sit back and enjoy!
  23. Looks like a fanning mill but would need to the other side to be sure. Google search fanning mill and search images, sure looks like one to me.
  24. Looks more like a clamp to me. Would make a great mascot on a rat rod!
  25. The photos of the "lanyard" hole looks as if a lanyard couldn't even pass through the hole, see what I see?
  26. A very nice knife!
  27. That hole could have been put in by the previous owner for their own convenience.
  28. I would be very proud that helmet also! Anything on the inside? Does this look to be an adults item or more kid sized? This is very cool!
  29. Yeah, this is a machinist or bearing scraper, you can still buy these from McMaster - Carr supply check it out. I use one of these almost daily.
  30. Thanks for the loves! The one in the "crate" was a favorite for many!
  31. Truly a labor of love, this is unique!
  32. What kind of museum are we talking here?
  33. Thanks for the kind words slackjack! You have also had your share of correct input, i am impressed! I still have some unsolved mysteries on my post that I sure would like solved! Anyone?
  34. Great tool!
  35. Can imagine waking up to this under your Christmas tree?
  36. I had one of these awhile back, not much value, but it is an interesting tool. Search fussell of mells history to learn more.
  37. Search Fussell Mell hay knife.
  38. Hay knife. English made.
  39. Thirsty horses don't need no stinkin hitching posts!
  40. Looks like a Panther/Schwinn rebadged by B.F.Goodrich, this was very common years ago. This is about a mid 1950's model. You are missing a front fender and a chainguard, nice bike! Parts are readily a...
  41. Thanks for the loves!
  42. That first photo is over the top! This is an incredible piece!
  43. I'm thinking possibly a leather working tool.
  44. Nice knife, but i believe that should read "cast steel".
  45. We too are disappointed with the molestation of this piece as well.
  46. Thanks for the speedy reply and all of the loves!
  47. How about an animal skin stretcher?
  48. This looks like an old soldering iron made by a blacksmith. The head should be made of copper. Scratch it with a file or knife to see if it is copper. This should have a wooden handle attached to the...
  49. It is a saw set.
  50. This is one of the nicest one of these I have ever seen!
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