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Cary Walker

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Hello,

Please can anyone help me identify and determine the value of these drills?  The smaller one says "Made in USA" but there are no other markings on either drill.

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Glen

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I don't personally recognize them with any definite makes and models, but if you clean the chucks near the back end you may find something that will help identify.
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Cary Walker

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I'll try that.  Thank you!
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oltexasboy

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The breast drill is a Fulton I have one just like it. I did a minimal restore and it works well. I think because of the red color the eggbeater is also a fulton, but part of the reason
I say  that is because the fultons were red but they also used a sticker that is usually missing, that was on the big gear face.
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