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Strawberry Orange Banana Lime Leaf Slate Sky Blueberry Grape Watermelon Chocolate Marble

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5 minutes ago, HandyDan said:

All metal, no plastic.  Has to be original version. Sweet!

It looks like it Dan, I believe this one dates back to the mid the late 80's. Very cool indeed.

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That sir is a keeper rather you ever use it or not just because it came from pops...but I already know you know that too.:)

 

Thanks for sharing such a cool find...

 

BTW...did you re-find that after looking at your shop pictures post too? :lol::D

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1 hour ago, Grandpadave52 said:

BTW...did you re-find that after looking at your shop pictures post too?

Danged near Dave, seeing the images prompted me to delve into the workbench storage and I dug these out! Thanks for the kind comments regarding pops, you hit it dead on.

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7 hours ago, Joeb41 said:

That is a real treasure John. I'll bet if you send that photo to Kreg they could give you more info on it.

Thanks Joe, or they may want it back for their museum!

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18 hours ago, scarletjim said:

I have that model!! It in the same box and with the same instructions. Oops, if it's a museum piece, what does that make me?

Well, a, well, we won't go there!:lol:

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23 hours ago, John Moody said:

Very cool John. A true treasure pasted down. 

Thanks John, I'll hold on to it for sure. I don't use pocket hole joinery at all, I did awhile back when I was building casework, I used my own modern day Kreg for the face frames, but I have not used pocket holes in years. That being said, it's a piece of ol dad, I'll keep it.

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On 1/3/2017 at 0:34 PM, Kelso Chris said:

Its neat to see a tool from recent times that has evolved into a go to tool in many shops. It seems that every year or two they come out with a new revolutionary tool that vanishes a year or two later.

Sure nuff Chris, it's neat for sure. Just a glimpse into what the past was with this revolutionary tool.

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