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PaulM

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couldn't pass it up.  Forgot to take a before picture, but was typically grimy, greasy and the iron was pitted and dull.  Since I was already painting up some other items, I cleaned this up and painted too.  I actually use these, mainly to round over the edges on outside projects, fixtures, jigs, etc.  And I don't care if I leave it behind somewhere.  I think my last one is still in my brothers garage. 


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Cool! Looks great...kinda wish mine did but it's still got decent original finish on it.
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Nice Paul.
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PaulM

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After looking at PB&G, I wonder if the bar/pin across the 2 sides should be bare metal.  I hope I didn't ruin a valuable antique !!
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Don't worry about it. Its one of those" rare" planes that shares the spotlight with a gazzillion other "rare" planes exactly like it.
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