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Lowest VINTAGE vacuum on the totem pole?
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Post# 126587   3/3/2011 at 19:26 (4,747 days old) by vac_whisperer ()        

Whats your opinion? I really have none, since ive never used a "bad" vintage vacuum.


Post# 126594 , Reply# 1   3/3/2011 at 20:39 (4,747 days old) by nick (Hastings, New Zealand)        

a low end vintage vac usually came with fewer tools, no headlight, etc. the quality was the same as the higher end machines. but there were some low end tanks in the 40s whos bodies were made of a heavy cardboard.

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