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Steven P Dempsey
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Hope this arrives in one piece - - looks very clean, mu first emmy hassock.



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John McComas
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Wow!  that really does look nice.  Those are more scarce than the brown ones.
I hope all it needs is a little steel wool rub down on the chrome grill.
If you get it and it unfortunately makes motor noise, I think those have a vertical thrust ball bearing,
and that could be the source of the noise.  (Been there, done that)
I hope it runs perfecto for you...  :up: :up: :up:

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Steven P Dempsey
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I have an R&M with all that steel & it cleaned up great with WD-40 & 0000 steel wool, the last hassock I ordered was in chunks so we shall see. It will have a 1964 North Wind with same logo sitting on it

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don't want a repeat of this . . . 

Levi Mevis
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I had a 1955 version of the fan you posted Steve, someone from church gave it to me, it was their mother's fan that she used when she was expecting him. it was missing its original switch knob, but thankfully I had a spare knob I was able to install on the fan's power switch and I lubed up the motor, and installed a new cord and polished up the chrome grille and it worked great, I sold it to a friend of mine that she used it in her garage for their rec room in there.


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