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 Posted: Sun Feb 1st, 2009 04:20 am
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Michael Mirin
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Lets try this again. I was on the wrong side.opps! Here is an Air King from the 50s.

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 Posted: Sun Feb 1st, 2009 04:20 am
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The back.

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2 This one needs work but it runs great!

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3 This one also needs work but runs great!

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Thats a nice collection.Where did you find them?My Countryaire.

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The Back.

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Michael Mirin wrote: Thats a nice collection.Where did you find them?My Countryaire.
The first one which is my 20" Vornado 825 was a trash find. The second one which looks like the first one but only has 3 blades is my 20" Chelsea and I bought it for $5.00. The third one was a gift and it is a large 22" Vornado 35E1-1. The fourth one is basically the smaller 18" version of the Vornado 35E1-1 with a slightly different design since it is the second series of the 25E window fans. I got the B25E2-1 (25E) as a gift. Zach has the first series. The fifth one is an 18" LAU window air circulating fan that I bought and the 6th one was also a gift and it is a 20" Frigid WF203R. The only other window fan not pictured here is my 22" Hunter Zephair which was a trash find by my friend and he gave it to me.

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Certainly!

Emerson 2 speed exhaust
This has been repainted (primed actually)
I'm going to polish the exposed metal and paint the rest a high-gloss red

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4 wing Hunter, 2 speeds with thermostat, reversible

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Lasko 2068 2 speed exhaust only
My first and my fav

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Signal 16" 2 speed reversible

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Vornado 25E1

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Vornado 30E

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Vornado 40W1

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Vornado 280AE

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Vornado 16W2

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Vornado 30W1

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Vornado 60W1

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3 Wing Hunter Zephair 2 speed reversible

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Patton 2 speed reversible

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AND FINALLY! (Lol I have quite a few window fans :P )
7 wing Hunter 2 speed reversible

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Lets keep this thing going! Air King.

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The Back

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Here's a Signal Window / Boxfan, this is a 12" with electric reverse, air diffuser grille & thermostat. This is a nice little fan with a quiet smooth 6 pole motor (same as the full-size 20" model). It's built like a tank, very heavy.






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Michael Mirin
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that is a nice style.

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Michael, have you ever seen a larger window fan with 8 metal blades that are riveted to the hub?

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 I can't say that I have.You got a picture of one?:shock:

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my 35.00 sale find. complete with Minnie Pearl tag after three years. just lubed him and put on  new belt. used for the last 3 years spring and fall

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Here is my Lakewood Country Aire W20-3.  3 speeds, exhaust only, GE 1/12HP enclosed motor, made in late 1940s.  Same blade set as Michael's fan.

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Here is the back of the W20-3.

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Here is my mid-50s Lakewood Country Aire BTR 720-3 Window fan.  3 speeds, reversible, w/ thermostat and pilot light.  1/12 HP Redmond motor.

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Here is a Lakewood Penncrest (Penney's) Twin fan for window use from the mid 1960s.  Twin 12" blades similar to C12 box fan, with twin GE motors.

I just bought this fan on ebay this weekend and am awaiting delivery.  It's not my picture- But it is my fan now!

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Here is the back of that Penncrest-

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 It seems like the window fans of the 40's have the expanded metal guards.This seems to identify pre 1950 window fans.Does any one out there know when they started manufacturing window fans?Any pictures out there of early window fans,say pre 1946 or earlier?

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James Danheim wrote: my 35.00 sale find. complete with Minnie Pearl tag after three years. just lubed him and put on  new belt. used for the last 3 years spring and fall
 I remember that fan well with the 2 speed side switch.We had one just like that.My got it from the neighbors.They wanted to get rid of it so my dad took it.I hated putting that thing window and then having to yank it out when it rained.I was 13 or 14 at the time and that thing weighed a ton,and I struggled to get in the window.I tell you though,with the Homart in the front room and the Air King in the kitchen it felt we had A/C.Those fans could really move some air.

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