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This is a freshly finished restoration on a Westinghouse Tank 60677. The finish on this fan is outstanding. The brass has been freshly polished. The blade is perfectly balanced. The centrifugal switch has new springs added. New head wire and power cord. Two custom brass grommets. Motor tag has original finish, just cleaned up. New rubber feet. Very sharp looking and great running tank. SOLD

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THAT is beautiful. I love the bling

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Very nice job. Did you do the paint, and if so how? Thank You

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Dick English wrote: Very nice job. Did you do the paint, and if so how? Thank YouNo paint at all. Just a wonderful job from my powder coater

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There's NOTHING like a powder coat paint job. That's gorgeous!

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Hello Chris,  I also live in Dryden Mi. Is it possible to get info to your powder coat contact? Have a Emerson I would like to have done.  Thanks Dick English

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Chris, did you do your own prep work to keep the powder out of the castings and threads where needed?

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Russ Huber wrote: Chris, did you do your own prep work to keep the powder out of the castings and threads where needed?My powder coater does all that for me. I do any touch ups needed with a dremel tool. I usually re tap all the threads anyway, but he stays out of those areas.

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Price reduced 

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Tank is SOLD

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