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 Posted: Fri Jun 28th, 2019 11:17 am
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Christopher Harding
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Hello all. I spend so much time on our Facebook page that I don't get a chance to post on here as much these









days. I wanted to share a few pictures and say thank you to Robbie for another great meet last weekend. 

















































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 Posted: Fri Jun 28th, 2019 11:22 am
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Christopher Harding
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Sorry the dialog got a little lost in the post but many thanks to Robbie for a wonderful meet. Highlights were seeing 4- 36" Sturtevant fans come out of Robin Cook's old Printing Press and my good friend Tony Clayton showing his exquisite wire, made by himself, and very high quality. 

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 Posted: Fri Jun 28th, 2019 11:24 am
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Christopher Harding
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Christopher Harding wrote: Hello all. I spend so much time on our Facebook page that I don't get a chance to post on here as much these days. Here are a few pictures from our wonderful Lehigh Valley meet last weekend:









days. I wanted to share a few pictures and say thank you to Robbie for another great meet last weekend. 


















































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 Posted: Sat Jun 29th, 2019 01:21 pm
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Christopher Harding wrote: Hello all. I spend so much time on our Facebook page that I don't get a chance to post on here as much these
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Chris

Thanks for posting the photos.............

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 Posted: Sat Jun 29th, 2019 02:06 pm
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Christopher Harding
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Of course! I'll be talking to you, there's some wire in my future.. 

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 Posted: Thu Jul 4th, 2019 12:44 am
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Sure thing Chris I look forward to your challenge. The first order went out today. Here are just a few examples. The possibilities are endless for conductor count AWG and color.












Totally forgot to take a photo of the 4 conductor 18AWG for GE fans that went out today. My bad.
Maybe the new owner will be kind enough to share a photo when it arrives this week.

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Christopher Harding
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Really love this wire, I'll be in touch!

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 Posted: Sat Jul 6th, 2019 06:34 pm
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Four Conductor 18AWG for GE's



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Very Impressive Tony !! I like the wires you posted just before Chris’s last post !! They look a lot like the Westinghouse Darth Vader head wire with the herringbone/chevron pattern !! :cool: Also like the G.E. 4 wire !! 

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 Posted: Sat Jul 6th, 2019 10:53 pm
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I just received my shipment of cables from Tony.  They’re absolutely authentic to the original.  He even makes the thin parallel sheathed headwire for the Art Deco first gen GE Quiet Blade.  Absolutely perfect.  

Nice job Tony, and thanks for the commitment on this one. 


 I understand he has real green silk sheathed headwire coming for Westy tanks.  


😁😁

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 Posted: Sun Jul 7th, 2019 01:18 am
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Lane Shirey wrote: I just received my shipment of cables from Tony.  They’re absolutely authentic to the original.  He even makes the thin parallel sheathed headwire for the Art Deco first gen GE Quiet Blade.  Absolutely perfect.  

Nice job Tony, and thanks for the commitment on this one. 


 I understand he has real green silk sheathed headwire coming for Westy tanks.  


😁😁

Thanks Jeff for the positive reinforcement and to Lane for the order and kind words on the quality. 

What Lane said is indeed true. The green silk just arrived from India on Friday.
There will be a Westinghouse green silk headwire in the near future for the purist.

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 Posted: Sun Jul 7th, 2019 01:23 am
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Tony Clayton wrote: Lane Shirey wrote: I just received my shipment of cables from Tony.  They’re absolutely authentic to the original.  He even makes the thin parallel sheathed headwire for the Art Deco first gen GE Quiet Blade.  Absolutely perfect.  

Nice job Tony, and thanks for the commitment on this one. 


 I understand he has real green silk sheathed headwire coming for Westy tanks.  


😁😁

Thanks Jeff for the positive reinforcement and to Lane for the order and kind words on the quality. 

What Lane said is indeed true. The green silk just arrived from India on Friday.
There will be a Westinghouse green silk headwire in the near future for the purist.

I’m in !! Tony you are a perfectionist and your wire is top notch !! :cool:

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 Posted: Sun Jul 7th, 2019 01:51 am
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Tony, your wire samples look great and. for a penny a foot, a darn good deal.  

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 Posted: Sun Jul 7th, 2019 02:04 am
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Steve Stephens wrote: Tony, your wire samples look great and. for a penny a foot, a darn good deal.  
Thanks Steve. I think it's a great way to add extra value to our restores on our old fans.
But I can't touch the penny a foot pricing you mentioned. 

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 Posted: Sun Jul 7th, 2019 02:26 am
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So lovely to see all those Menominees in one place! 😍

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 Posted: Sun Jul 7th, 2019 02:45 am
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Tony Clayton wrote: Thanks Steve. I think it's a great way to add extra value to our restores on our old fans.
But I can't touch the penny a foot pricing you mentioned. 
That's ok Tony, I'm just glad that someone has finally made up some authentic wire for our fans that comes so much closer to matching the original cords.  I think quality and authenticity is more important than price.

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