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 Posted: Wed Mar 13th, 2019 12:02 pm
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Lane Shirey
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Over the winter I was fortunate to find 2 rare Edgar T Ward pedestal fans.  I’ve decided to part with this one.  It’s in unrestored condition and will be offered that way for the time being at a considerable savings.  If it doesn’t sell at the asking price, I’ll be restoring it and offering it at Fanfair for more money restored.  This price is only good until I begin restoration in a few weeks.  


As it sits right now, it’s $850 Price reduced to $700 until I begin restoration- last call.   I’ll deliver it to any of the 3 Northeast meets or drive an hour toward you to meet or deliver it.  It will not be shipped. 


3 wing, cast blade, aerodynamic shaped column (not round) , stepped cage, hammertone grey/blue paint. This is a great fan!  


Motor runs, cage is bent as you can see. Can easily be straightened with a torch and pliers. It is painted silver so it’ll restore nicely. Both fans have some nicks on the blade tips.  It will need a switch and power cord, but I’ll verify that it runs before the sale.  There are only a few of these known in the club and the last deluxe sold for $1300. This has the original unique GE motor that was made for these fans alone.  Has all badges and tags.  


Please pm me if interested. Payment via pp friends. 


Thanks for looking!











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 Posted: Fri Mar 15th, 2019 01:54 pm
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Lane Shirey
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Bump.  Thanks to all who showed interest, but it's still available.  Trades for fans of equal value and reasonable offer considered. 

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 Posted: Wed Mar 20th, 2019 11:56 pm
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Lane Shirey
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Last call at $700 as is before I begin restoration.  After I begin restoration the fan will be unavailable until it’s finished at a much higher price.  
Thanks for looking!

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 Posted: Thu Mar 21st, 2019 01:22 am
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Jim Chesnut
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Is the blade supposed to look like that ?

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 Posted: Thu Mar 21st, 2019 01:31 am
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Yes it is Jim, they are amazingly quiet & blow a ton of air.

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 Posted: Thu Mar 21st, 2019 02:15 am
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Screw this into a ceiling floor joist in the shed or garage and pull out and round out those bent guard wires. If a weld breaks you can simply use a wire feed welder to attach the wire and doll it up with a Dremel and wire wheel. Spot welder if you have one. :D  

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Credited to Andy Hackman at California regional.  Andy used a ceiling hung model motor with standard guard. It does give you an idea of what these Ward circulators look like dolled up.

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 Posted: Thu Mar 21st, 2019 02:34 am
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The Ward motors varied as to RPM.  Lane's example has 6 pole motor high speed of 1150 with a lower selection of a 300 RPM drop.  If you have a large living room it'll work.

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Russ Huber
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Ward Deluxe capable of handling cooling a gym or less. With a 6 pole 1150 low speed and 4 pole 1750 high speed GE motor.

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 Posted: Thu Mar 21st, 2019 02:54 am
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Russ Huber
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BTW...the Deluxe pedestals are ...very rare. I only know of 3.  :D 2 are 28" and one is 22".

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Russ Huber
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37 ad.


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 Posted: Thu Mar 21st, 2019 09:21 am
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Lane Shirey
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Thanks Russ!  As always, I have no idea where you dig those ads up but they’re great.  

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 Posted: Thu Mar 21st, 2019 11:49 am
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" . . . Man Coolers"

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 Posted: Thu Mar 21st, 2019 05:27 pm
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Lane Shirey wrote: Russ, I have no idea where you dig those ads up but they’re great.  
That advertisement, and many others can be credited to AFCA member Mike Kearns. He has painstakingly put to file many advertisements from the web.

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A Ward Deluxe before and after pictures.  Notice the guard had to be reconstructed to its original state. New rings and the Deco step up guard wires had to be reproduced and welded in place. It can be done.









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