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Ooops, make that #27...somehow I forgot the most recent acquisition I described in the premier edition of Drill-it-Down...yep I definitely have a problem, with no cure in sight. Anyways, the newest member (to date) of the stable is a 7110, 3/8", single speed in the original 7116 Drill kit case. The only accessory is the key chuck. The drill shows limited use; the grease has melted over time into the case, so it needs disassembled, cleaned, new gear grease, armature commutator trued and cleaned. One of these days I'll stumble across some round-tuits. Thanks for indulging me yet again. Still owe you the vintage 5/8" M-W D-handle and the embarrassing tale of ~$200 woe going back 50 years.
I picked these items on two different trips to the "Flea Market Warehouse" in the past couple weeks; total spent was $8.25 with tax. Thanks for looking. -- 12" Combo Square; no name but stamped Made in Taiwan; missing the retaining bolt/nut; -- 6" #3, 3 sided (two smooth); Marked Made in Germany-Brownell...I thought maybe a file/burnisher? Further investigation yielded it is a gun sight, 60o dovetail file... -- A pair of aluminum model airplane engine mounts for .09-.25 displacement engine; gotta' be good for a fixture, jig or tiny shelf brackets or ??? sometime -- A Ryobi NOS scraper for a Ryobi Detail Sander; I have the Craftsman branded version but identical otherwise. Sorry picture is fuzzy...was cold Saturday Black & Decker 7116 3/8" VS Drill Kit w/ Model 7110 drill; well the drill, case and chuck key anyway. DID NOT need the drill, BUT I was there, it was there SO now it's here...I'll confess why I really don't need it in a separate thread. Ryobi scraper attachment next to my detail sander; these came out before Oscillating Multi-tools were on the market...well maybe the $1500 Fein's at the time but they were really only available to the Medical field then.
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