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Post# 6094   12/19/2006 at 22:01 (3,989 days old) by dirt-devil ()        

The hoover model 1070 serial number 1 is actualy serial number 1001.




Post# 6097 , Reply# 1   12/19/2006 at 22:42 (3,989 days old) by charles~richard ()        
???

dunno what this is in reference to...?!


Post# 6179 , Reply# 2   12/20/2006 at 19:58 (3,988 days old) by dirt-devil ()        

well if you look closly at the see it clean film you'll see what Im talking about.

Post# 6184 , Reply# 3   12/20/2006 at 21:54 (3,988 days old) by charles~richard ()        
Well, I am still confused.

Did I make some reference to this machine that I am not aware of?? Have I been writing in my sleep??!



Post# 6222 , Reply# 4   12/21/2006 at 09:56 (3,987 days old) by hoovercelebrity ()        

Jeff made those videos in North Canton... not Charles Richard.

He is well aware that the first serial number of any Hoover model is 1001; he meant, literally, that that was the first one off of the assembly line, when he said "serial number one."



Post# 6224 , Reply# 5   12/21/2006 at 10:47 (3,987 days old) by dirt-devil ()        

well if you pause the movie and look close youll see it says1001

Post# 6225 , Reply# 6   12/21/2006 at 11:59 (3,987 days old) by convertible68 ()        

Oy vey...




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