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1.) One 1926 Tungar stationary battery charger, made by General Electric. This was the gas station model that hanged on the wall and could charge up to six 6 volt batteries at a time. It has the old porcelain connector on the side where the knob & tube wires went in, runs on 115 volts AC. charges 6 amps DC. It measures 8 1/2 inches wide by 8 inches deep by 18 inches high. Had it tested by an electrician and was told that the charging unit in it works, that it just needed to be rewired with new wires to be safe. Asking $200. for this one. These are great for steam punk décor.
2.) One 1921 Tungar portable battery charger, made by Canadian General Electric. This was the portable model from the same garage. Its for charging 6 volt batteries also. It measures 10 inches wide by 10 inches deep by 15 inches high with the handles. This one has the special Tungar bulb with it. It was not tested. Asking $100. for this one.
3.) Vintage mechanics tools that came from an old gas station garage that closed down. Some look like custom made specialty clamps, pullers, tools. asking $10. to $30. each for those.
4.) Aluminum super hoop truck step with steel multi mounting brackets on it, spots on it are road tar that needs to be cleaned off. It is made by CARR, you can check out their parts at their website http://carr.com to see the details and quality. It's great for the passenger side, so the ladies can get up into your jacked up truck or off road jeep. It is used and needs to be cleaned up, but still very strong. I used it as a custom shelf in my garage, asking $25.
5.) 2 Dodge hub caps, (Sold). 2 Chrysler hub caps, asking $20.
6.) Model A or T Ford steps,or buggy step, asking $35.
7.) Antique Ford model T 5893 wrenches, asking $20. Each.
8.) Antique Ford oil can, asking $45.
9.) Large aluminum sign in aluminum frame, it measures 3' high by 6' wide, letters are vinyl stick on and could be taken off to add your own custom letters on it. asking $80.
10.) Ford umbrella holder can, 10" diameter by 15" high, from Ford dealers, asking $40.
11.) Flexible exhaust venting tube for garage, 4" diameter by 9 1/2 feet long, asking $50.
12.) Antique Balcrank Oil Spray Gun Type HM Cincinnati Ohio USA Patent Number 1.762.552 Oiler & #37 solid brass spray oiler, asking $50.
13.) Two valve lapping tools, Top one is a vintage Zim valve lapping tool, asking $25. The bottom one is an antique valve lapping tool, asking $45. Also a can of Clover valve lapping compound for $25.
14.) 1939 Rite Tool Inc. Auto armature commutators hand lathe tool, by John L. Mansfield, for turning and slotting commutators by hand. It is designed for reconditioning armatures for GM, Ford, and Chrysler cars and trucks. It comes with 4 collets, sizes .562, .625, .635 and special .669 collet for 1941-42 Ford , with metal case, Patent #2145091, asking $45.
15.) 1953 Industrial Devices Inc. Model 500, voltage indicator kilovolts meter, Patent #2644134, asking $20.
16.) Vintage Heyer Industries Inc. universal compression tester, model 345-A, asking $25.
17.) 1960's Wagner Lockheed brake parts steel cabinet,with 1958 to 1967 Wagner Lockheed parts brochure that was in it. It has 5 small shelves inside and measures 30" x 24" x 6", asking $120.
18.) Two antique car or truck ignition starter control switches with keys, asking $45. each.
19.) 1908 Mossberg 623 5/8 hex socket wrench, The offset shank of this wrench was designed to clear obstacles when servicing the fourth connecting rod of the Model T Ford. Asking $20.
20.) Three 1930's Ford wire rims, asking $75. each.
Grandpa has pictures of everything here with info and more on his website at www.letoolman.com
They would all make nice collection pieces to hang up and have in a garage for the antique Ford, Dodge, Chevy, car, truck, etc , collector.
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