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57 minutes ago, Grandpadave52 said:

A little sandpaper, steel wool, a spritz or two of vinegar and WD-40 or 3-n-1 oil and just like the tools you'll be as good as new.:cowboy:

Some of that sounds painful. The rest, just messy.:D

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33 minutes ago, HandyDan said:

 

Nice assortment of old tools.  You keep them in nice shape.  I not only have the brass nesting screw driver you talk about but I have a small hammer with tools nested in the handle too.  They are part of the kitchen tool drawer community.

 

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I have that set...

it was my grandfather's...

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1 hour ago, HandyDan said:

but I have a small hammer with tools nested in the handle too.

Very cool...First time I recall seeing the hammer set complete. Yours appears in excellent condition.

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13 minutes ago, Grandpadave52 said:

Very cool...First time I recall seeing the hammer set complete. Yours appears in excellent condition.

 

It is in great shape and I think I only saw one other.  My father-in-law had one.  I like the out of the ordinary and buy these things just for fun.  They sure don't get much use.

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49 minutes ago, HandyDan said:

 

It is in great shape and I think I only saw one other.  My father-in-law had one.  I like the out of the ordinary and buy these things just for fun.  They sure don't get much use.

I had one like this years ago ,I carried in the glove box.

Herb

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15 minutes ago, Dadio said:

I had one like this years ago ,I carried in the glove box.

 That would make a nice window breaker if you got off the road into some deep water.  They suggest you carry one of these.

 

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1 hour ago, HandyDan said:

 That would make a nice window breaker if you got off the road into some deep water.  They suggest you carry one of these.

 

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Didn't know those would work for that on tempered glass

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1 minute ago, Gerald said:

Didn't know those would work for that on tempered glass

like a charm...

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4 minutes ago, Gerald said:

Didn't know those would work for that on tempered glass

 

The windshield is laminated so no for that but definitely the door glass for sure. 

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3 hours ago, Gerald said:

Didn't know those would work for that on tempered glass

Gerald, they will work on Tempered glass, did you mean Safety Glass, (the laminated one)? I don't think they will on Safety Glass.

Herb

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