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#152381 - 12/20/04 09:30 PM .45 Caliber Dishwasher  
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These are from a old dishmachine that was cut up for scrap.



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#152382 - 12/20/04 10:19 PM Re: .45 Caliber Dishwasher  
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Very Cool
It would like nice attached to someones gun safe.

Parking Reg. sign is cool also.


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#152383 - 12/21/04 04:59 AM Re: .45 Caliber Dishwasher  
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These are from a old dishmachine that was cut up for scrap.

You guy's cut that up for scrap?.
There is a collector here that buys old appliances like this.
I know this because I re-juvenate old motors and other such things for him.
And he pays rather hansomely to import gear like that, anyhow, too late now eh?.


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#152384 - 12/21/04 09:36 AM Re: .45 Caliber Dishwasher  
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It met its fate with a plasma cutter some time back.


#152385 - 12/21/04 11:04 AM Re: .45 Caliber Dishwasher  
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It's one of those "who knew" cases.

You never think that anything like a dishwasher or an electric refridgerator would be "collectable".

Then again, a lot of people thought that about radios, telephones, toasters and typewriters...


#152386 - 05/06/05 01:34 AM Re: .45 Caliber Dishwasher  
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Alot of people thought the same way about Glass/Porcelain insulators, but alot of people (myself included) collect them.


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#152387 - 05/07/05 09:23 AM Re: .45 Caliber Dishwasher  
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My problem is I collect too much. [Linked Image]

I should add,that it was a commercial dishmachine, not a domestic undercounter model.(Large and heavy)

Edited to add 2nd paragraph.

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