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Richard Daugird
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I am wating for this to ship to me:http://www.ebay.com/itm/VINTAGE-WESTINGHOUSE-AF10-1-FAN-FLOOR-INDUSTRIAL-50s-60s-RETRO-BODY-PART-BLUE/263171626723?ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT&_trksid=p2057872.m2749.l2649

I hope I can find the parts to restore it.









I have other fans, I like to fix up old attic fans, but I am new to antique/vintage fan collecting. I bought a bunch recently, I'll post up later.

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Richard you need to drive over here to Lake Houston for our fan meet the first weekend in October. See the flier in the info-events section. Would love to have you join us.

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You should come to Stan's meet, I've heard that it is not to be missed. Fan meets are where you could bring and buy fans for great prices from some great people.

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I would like to go, but may be busy. I work for a charity that my dad founded 33 years ago, and we have been preparing meals every day since the storm for first responders. Over 10,000 meals so far. If you know anyone in need, look up Lighthouse Charity.com We are in Friendswood and Galveston.

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you are wonderful!> i prepare meals on holidays for first responders who have to work... have for 15 years, but not the number of meals you have made! 

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Luckily we had lots of kind folks donate food and water. Not counting donated product, our food bill is over 50K already. Thanks for the kind words, I'll keep the discussion on topic from now on. I got notification from post office, my fan body is on the porch waiting for me. Looking forward to looking at it.

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thank to you for all your service to those who protect and serve us!!

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Any ideas where I can get parts for this? Not really sure what model it is so I can search. eBay ad said AF10, is that correct? Any ideas what year?

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Stan Adams wrote: Richard you need to drive over here to Lake Houston for our fan meet the first weekend in October. See the flier in the info-events section. Would love to have you join us.Looks like we don't have a charity event that weekend. My uncle lives in Porter; if he is free that weekend I'll crash at his place. Maybe I can drag him along; he's an old hot rodder, appreciates old stuff. He is a paint and body instructor at the college.


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