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    Posted 8 years ago

    petrolhead
    (6 items)

    I inherited this from my father and I've been told it's out of a Model T tool kit but I have no idea, if you enlarge the pic' you canclearly see the word Ford near the worm drive

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    1. AzTom AzTom, 8 years ago
      Welcome to CW

      There were 15+ million Model T's made as well as millions of Model A's and each one came with a tool kit that had one of these "Monkey" wrenches in it. The Ford tractor also had one.
      They were made for Ford by many different tool companies over the years. Your wrench was made in England and marked KD so I would guess it was made by King Dick Tools.
      It's probably worth more as sentimental value than dollars.
    2. petrolhead, 8 years ago
      AzTom your a legend, a problem is solved and yes sentimental value it has plus you wouldn't use it today when there are far superior tools about
    3. AzTom AzTom, 8 years ago
      You welcome. Enjoy!

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