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Post# 139229   6/9/2011 at 22:05 (4,649 days old) by rainbowjoel (Dexter NM)        

I have a Kirby Dual Sanitronic 80 Serial Number A430088. Is anyway figure out how old is my Kirby?

Post# 139241 , Reply# 1   6/9/2011 at 22:51 (4,649 days old) by vacumaniac ()        

Dual 80's were made from 1967-1970 so 41-44 years old. Any pictures of it?

Post# 139243 , Reply# 2   6/9/2011 at 22:54 (4,649 days old) by rainbowjoel (Dexter NM)        

Well I have video on youtube?




Post# 139549 , Reply# 3   6/12/2011 at 16:18 (4,646 days old) by rainbowjoel (Dexter NM)        

picture of my DS 80

Post# 139557 , Reply# 4   6/12/2011 at 17:22 (4,646 days old) by bnsd60m9200 (Akron OH)        

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nice lookin ds80 man!

Post# 139559 , Reply# 5   6/12/2011 at 17:30 (4,646 days old) by rainbowjoel (Dexter NM)        

Thanks.

Post# 139574 , Reply# 6   6/12/2011 at 19:52 (4,646 days old) by henry200 (Saint Paul MN)        

Beautiful!  I just recently got a DS80 myself, after wanting one since 1968!  Did you polish it yourself or was it worked-over in a shop? 


Post# 141020 , Reply# 7   6/26/2011 at 19:53 (4,632 days old) by RainbowJoel (Dexter NM)        
henry 200

Well I used 0000 steel and mothers metal polish. but my brother is auto repair he help me sand the oxide parts with wet sandpaper then he has polish stuff used to polish cars on chrome with polisher. its not perfect but better it was .

Post# 141029 , Reply# 8   6/26/2011 at 21:07 (4,632 days old) by KirbyLover (Louisville Kentucky )        

Very nice! I can't wait to find a pre-Classic to ad to my Kirby collection.

Post# 141030 , Reply# 9   6/26/2011 at 21:11 (4,632 days old) by sanitronic ()        
your d-80

nice d-80! with an "a" in the serial number that would probably make it a 67, possibly an early 68 i will check mine later, i have the box and manual with the purchace date for m machine. one of my favorites!

Post# 141040 , Reply# 10   6/26/2011 at 22:37 (4,632 days old) by KirbyClassicIII (Milwaukie, Oregon)        

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Things began to look confusing for the sales of the D-80 as in January of 1970 Kirby introduced its Classic 1-CR. I wonder how hard it was for Kirby dealers to sell off the remainder of their D-80 stock when the Classic 1-CR was coming in during the first half of 1970?

~Ben


Post# 141041 , Reply# 11   6/26/2011 at 23:15 (4,632 days old) by rainbowjoel (Dexter NM)        
sanitronic

That be sweet, knowing exactly year was made.I love to see your owner manual. @ Kirbylover i love these models of styling.

Post# 141099 , Reply# 12   6/27/2011 at 14:06 (4,631 days old) by sanitronic ()        

i will check the manual today sometime, looks like yours has a nice original bag, and cord.

Post# 141205 , Reply# 13   6/27/2011 at 23:09 (4,631 days old) by rainbowjoel (Dexter NM)        

i think it is just alittle discolored.

Post# 141210 , Reply# 14   6/27/2011 at 23:22 (4,631 days old) by sanitronic ()        

my D-80 has the "A" in the s/n, my manual says that it was sold on 2/25/68 im pretty sure the date code on mine was a 67. that bag looks like the correct original color to me, some of the newer bags i have seen were a little darker

Post# 141834 , Reply# 15   7/2/2011 at 23:01 (4,626 days old) by kirbydude ()        
d-80

i have a nice d-80, all original, sitting in the living room at this moment. it has no attachments. there are no letters in the serial #. after being out of the army for over 30 years i'm still not a big fan of green. for some reason it is still around. i use it as my part time driver.my 561 takes care of the rest. or i may pull out one of the whimpy 3 or 4 amp. ones. they still do what they do!!


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