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whats your favorite Eureka......
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Post# 124843   2/13/2011 at 16:22 (4,764 days old) by 1926700 ()        

mine are my wild moss continental upright....

Post# 124844 , Reply# 1   2/13/2011 at 16:24 (4,764 days old) by 1926700 ()        
and.....

my favorite canister is....my 1983 vactronic rotomatic powerteam....

Post# 124856 , Reply# 2   2/13/2011 at 19:44 (4,764 days old) by portable (Corvallis, OR)        

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I like two of them. The first, the fabulous Model M from 1935:


Post# 124857 , Reply# 3   2/13/2011 at 19:51 (4,764 days old) by portable (Corvallis, OR)        

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The second is kinda fun. I've never seen one in person:


Post# 124863 , Reply# 4   2/13/2011 at 20:29 (4,764 days old) by portable (Corvallis, OR)        

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I like that Wild Moss Continental of yours, too. The name is the best!! Pretty color.

Post# 124894 , Reply# 5   2/13/2011 at 22:54 (4,763 days old) by klectrolux ()        

I'm a weird collector, I am not much of a fan of uprights, with the exception of the Electrolux ones. But my favourite Eureka is all of their Power Team canisters. I want to find one thats really loaded, like with all the features. I have a 1746B that I love. Great machine with lots of power, and noise...

Post# 124900 , Reply# 6   2/13/2011 at 23:29 (4,763 days old) by djkain2007 ()        

i have to go with the only eureka i have :-p

the whirlwind plus cyclonic upright


Post# 124905 , Reply# 7   2/14/2011 at 00:17 (4,763 days old) by thevacuumman (Borger, TX)        

I Would Have to say my Eureka 1458A supercharged with a 7.0 amp Pancake motor and Vibra Groomer I

Post# 124936 , Reply# 8   2/14/2011 at 10:45 (4,763 days old) by kenmore81 (Warwick, RI)        

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Mine is the 1400 series, White with blue trim and the blue trim arond the headlight lense. I can't fint a pic of one but my babysitter had one and I loved it. Now I have the similar 1486 in green, but Id love to find the blue one from 1985 lol.
I love the power team canisters as well.


Post# 124952 , Reply# 9   2/14/2011 at 18:24 (4,763 days old) by alaskabob ()        

i like the uprights
with the brocade bags


Post# 124965 , Reply# 10   2/14/2011 at 20:32 (4,763 days old) by djtaylor (Salt Lake City, Utah)        
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I prefer the Sanitaires, especially the Blue Line.
Justin


Post# 125005 , Reply# 11   2/15/2011 at 00:18 (4,762 days old) by electrolux~137 ()        



My vote is also for the 1935 Model M. It's a stunningly beautiful machine from one of the two eras I appreciate the most -- 1930s Streamline Moderne and 1950s Populuxe.


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Post# 125006 , Reply# 12   2/15/2011 at 00:19 (4,762 days old) by electrolux~137 ()        




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Post# 125017 , Reply# 13   2/15/2011 at 04:13 (4,762 days old) by arh1953 ( River Park, in Port St. Lucie, Florida)        

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It's refreshing too, to see someone identify design eras correctly, I hate seeing someone identify say, a 1960 GE canister as Art Deco. I love the design eras from approximately 1950 through the middle 1970s.

Post# 125122 , Reply# 14   2/15/2011 at 21:25 (4,762 days old) by OpelGTKarl (Puyallup, Washington)        
Mine is......

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My Eureka 1946 D272.

Post# 125168 , Reply# 15   2/16/2011 at 09:20 (4,761 days old) by eurekaprince (Montreal, Canada)        
Too many to choose from, but if I had to choose:

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My favourite Eurekas come from the exact same era - the mid 1980's. They are the Eureka Ultra Upright, and the Eureka Express canister. Great performers, beautiful sleek designs, lightweight and top-ranked by Consumer Reports at the time.

My second level of favourites are from the late 1970's: The Eureka Vactronic Quiet Kleen canister with covered on-board Tool-Pak (shown in the post above), and the Brandywine Rugulator Vibragroomer Cordaway Upright.



Post# 125183 , Reply# 16   2/16/2011 at 13:45 (4,761 days old) by kirbymodel2c (Nottingham, England)        
My vote goes to..

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My vote goes to the Model M. Looks Great!!
Anyone here own one in the flesh well metal?? With the tools as well??

James:o)


Post# 125204 , Reply# 17   2/16/2011 at 19:38 (4,761 days old) by portable (Corvallis, OR)        

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Hey James -

Yes, I own a Model M.

Mine is a slight variation of the original - it has what was once a reddish bag and a sort of "hospital" cross design belt cover. There were MANY variations of the M over the years.

OpelGTKarl mentioned his D272, which is another beautiful model. It is the redesigned Model M, post-war. Great machines, very classy.

Here's my M. Sorry for the bad picture....


Post# 126385 , Reply# 18   3/1/2011 at 21:34 (4,748 days old) by TheBoss (South Bay Los Angeles )        

Of course my Mid 1980's Eureka Model 1489



Post# 126419 , Reply# 19   3/2/2011 at 07:24 (4,747 days old) by kenkart ()        
1955

Roto matic 800!


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