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Are the Eureka's From the 20's Any good?
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Post# 5399   12/7/2006 at 15:20 (4,217 days old) by vacuumboy95 ()        

Are the sucktion only Eureka's from the 20's any good?Here's a picture af the vacuum.

Post# 5431 , Reply# 1   12/8/2006 at 08:52 (4,216 days old) by sukething (Denver, CO)        
They were not bad for the time...

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For the time when these came out they were a nice machine for vacuuming what the woman needed in the home to clean with. Those models also I believe came with attacments which I have that go with my machine. On this particular one you have the bag was replacement. The original would be black with possible gold lettering Eureka. These look really great after buffing. Does it run?


Post# 5450 , Reply# 2   12/8/2006 at 16:41 (4,216 days old) by vacuumboy95 ()        
For what I've heard...

From what I heard it runs.I just bought it off of Ebay last week and it hasn't come in yet but the seller said it runs.

Post# 5523 , Reply# 3   12/10/2006 at 06:36 (4,214 days old) by vacuumboy95 ()        
It came!

It just arrived in the mail yesterday and I took a look at it and boy there was so much dirt in the motor to fill the bag up to the top.I cleaned a little of it out before I turned it on and he was right it still works.I never used it on my floors yet but I'm sure it still picks up.

Daniel Reeves

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