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Post# 123546   2/1/2011 at 00:24 (4,776 days old) by klectrolux ()        

...These additions to my AP collection! I contacted Doug a while ago about some parts I needed. Turns out I ended up also getting a couple of Machines. Aside from some parts I needed for my FQ 700 and Diplomat LX, Doug kindly fixed up, and put together two sets for me.

The first, pictured here is an AP100, made in 1975. I now have all the trimmings with it, including an instruction manual. Which I now remembered I forgot to photograph. Woops.


Post# 123547 , Reply# 1   2/1/2011 at 00:28 (4,776 days old) by klectrolux ()        

The second machine, is a but rare-er. It has a serial number that begins with 0, however, I am pretty sure the AP series didn't start production until 1973. So I am unsure of this machines true age, unless someone can sort it out for me.

Anyways, it's an Electrolux AP, straight suction machine. Although you could get a PN with it, you would have to use the pig-tail/clip on wire for the hose as it doesn't have an electric hose. No suction regulator, cord winder, or any of the other fancy features the AP100 has. Still a neat machine though!


Post# 123549 , Reply# 2   2/1/2011 at 00:31 (4,776 days old) by klectrolux ()        

Now, my AP collection is almost complete, missing is the AP200. I just need to find a set, and all these guys will be re-united!

Aside from the AP, 100, and 280, the newly acquired, and very smelly and poorly taken care of SAP is pictured. I think I will do a restore photo post on that machine. The SAP is as equally rare as the AP.


Post# 123724 , Reply# 3   2/2/2011 at 00:02 (4,775 days old) by collector2 (Moose Jaw, Sk)        

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Looking good Kevin. Glad they got through allright.

Doug



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