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Old 1930s HOOVER vacuum case
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Post# 114697   11/15/2010 at 16:41 (3,257 days old) by classicfan1 (Ohio, USA)        

What kind of Hoover would this have fit? I'm curious. I posted the deminsions, so check the link for info.

http://cgi.ebay.com/HOOVER-VACUUM-CLEANE...





Post# 114698 , Reply# 1   11/15/2010 at 16:42 (3,257 days old) by classicfan1 (Ohio, USA)        

Aw heck, can't fix my link. Still getting used to things, I'm sorry.

CLICK HERE TO GO TO classicfan1's LINK on eBay


Post# 114700 , Reply# 2   11/15/2010 at 18:15 (3,257 days old) by joe22 ()        

prob just a box for the tools IMHO

Post# 114715 , Reply# 3   11/15/2010 at 19:41 (3,257 days old) by classicfan1 (Ohio, USA)        

hmm...interesting. How can you tell?

Post# 114749 , Reply# 4   11/16/2010 at 03:52 (3,256 days old) by arh1953 ( River Park, in Port St. Lucie, Florida)        

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People who own these vacuums have the same kits with theirs, most of the time with the tools. That would be a nice addition to someone's collection.

Post# 114780 , Reply# 5   11/16/2010 at 13:06 (3,256 days old) by DysonAnimal ()        

I believe the box is the one that Model 475 (or possibly 825) was originally supplied in when new. The main unit and bag came out of that box, and the handle was in a separate, long thin box.

The tool boxes of this era were a different shape - large, flat and rectangular.


Post# 114799 , Reply# 6   11/16/2010 at 15:57 (3,256 days old) by classicfan1 (Ohio, USA)        
Thank you!

That is a neat one! Sadly, I only have the box, so hopefully it goes to a good home.

Post# 115222 , Reply# 7   11/19/2010 at 20:16 (3,253 days old) by truckerx (Palm Springs, CA)        

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Looks 800 series from the early 30's

Post# 115279 , Reply# 8   11/20/2010 at 12:40 (3,252 days old) by classicfan1 (Ohio, USA)        
800 series...

I have five watchers, if it doesn't sell, maybe I can relist now knowing the models.

Post# 115387 , Reply# 9   11/21/2010 at 17:30 (3,251 days old) by classicfan1 (Ohio, USA)        
SOLD IT

At last...I broke even on it. No more vacuum cases, lol.




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