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Post# 325155   5/19/2015 at 13:35 (795 days old) by lynntnavel (LaPorte, Indiana )        

I have a Craftsman Home 'N Shop Dust Collector, not sure of the vintage, but it's rather old... It's in decent condition and the motor works. It sat in an Aunt's garage for many years. See pictures.

Be happy to just give it to a collector no charge (but you'd have to pick it up, or pay to have it shipped - and while it doesn't weigh a ton, it's definitly large.)

Email me with questions if you're interested.


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Post# 325216 , Reply# 1   5/19/2015 at 17:39 (795 days old) by vacuumdude (Spokane WA)        
I kinda want it

Howcmuch you think it would cost

Post# 325236 , Reply# 2   5/20/2015 at 04:03 (794 days old) by tolivac (Greenville,NC)        

That brings back memories-my Dad had one of those-He would cut our hair-then use that Craftsman Shop Vac to vacuum our heads with.At first didn't like that-but then grew to like having him vacuum my head after he cut my hair.The machine was also used as a dry shop vac of course.Since the drum is a heavy cardboard-hardboard type material--can't be used wet.The motor doesn't have a liquid shut off valve.Beleive this machine was their first shop vacuum.Looks like someone has claimed it before me-indeed the machine would be costly to ship.

Post# 325240 , Reply# 3   5/20/2015 at 06:59 (794 days old) by Lynntnavel (LaPorte, Indiana )        

I will check the weight this afternoon so we can figure out what it would cost to ship.

Post# 325249 , Reply# 4   5/20/2015 at 11:15 (794 days old) by Lynntnavel (LaPorte, Indiana )        

Looks like it's going to be about $200 bucks to ship this beast from NWI (46350) to the Washington State (99201)... That's REALLY expensive so I get it of you're not interested at that cost - yikes!

If anybody want to check their own rates, or has a shipping suggestion, it is about 24 lbs, and 24"x24"x36" (and as shown above, my zip is 46350)

Post# 374246 , Reply# 5   6/21/2017 at 00:44 by TheVacuumator (Somewhere in the US)        

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Hi, is this still available?

Post# 374279 , Reply# 6   6/22/2017 at 08:29 by rugsucker (Elizabethton TN)        
Home N Shop vac

I also have the very similar Sears as above but with darker tank,a gray Craftool (they made for Sears)and MUCH MORE in the back room.

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