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Post# 154936   10/10/2011 at 23:22 (4,517 days old) by athanasius80 (Huntington Beach CA)        

I thought these tools were for the Hoover 700, 575 and 725 era of machines, but I've never seen the long panlike attachment. I guess it clips onto the brushroll opening. Can anyone tell me more about its use?

Thanks!


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Post# 154940 , Reply# 1   10/10/2011 at 23:39 (4,517 days old) by vintagekitchen ()        

It looks like a metal version of the converter pans they used with later model convertibles.. Wierd, I had no idea those were used on such an early model.

Post# 154955 , Reply# 2   10/11/2011 at 02:07 (4,517 days old) by watsonw (Newport, Shropshire, UK)        
Used on.........

Such models as the pre 541 Hoover 100 range.

Post# 155017 , Reply# 3   10/11/2011 at 14:42 (4,516 days old) by portable (Corvallis, OR)        

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Yep, you're right Walter. That type of tool conversion was being offered very early with older Hoovers. They actually had very effective suction. By the age of the box graphics, I would say that it was about the 102 to pre-541 era...approximately the early 20's.


Post# 155034 , Reply# 4   10/11/2011 at 17:00 (4,516 days old) by Brandon_W_T ()        

Holy cow look at that price tag! Not too common. I have seen only a few in pictures.

The booklets dont go to the machine as far as I can tell.


Post# 155047 , Reply# 5   10/11/2011 at 19:27 (4,516 days old) by 1926700 ()        
no those

were 102 105....the 541 had the new and improoved tools that the 700 also had....those are not east to find.....i wish this seller was priced more accordingley.....cause they also have a all orginal model 105 for sale with the orginal pllow case "The Hoover" bag!....but its a buy it now for $99.99 wich is a bit much..

Post# 155059 , Reply# 6   10/11/2011 at 21:40 (4,516 days old) by Brandon_W_T ()        

I was almost quite tempted to hop on that original 105 just for the bag. But I passed. Really a little much for a machine in not so great of condition.


Not as bad as a vac shop who we called not to far from omaha. He said he would be interested in selling some old machines (He has hundreds of them) Asked how much we would pay, said maybe $100 or so for decent ones. He flipped out and started cussing at my friend telling him to never ever call again. He said he would accept no less than $2,000 for each machine. We are talking 500 series kirbys, and hoover convertibles. No model Os, or anything.


Post# 155062 , Reply# 7   10/11/2011 at 21:53 (4,516 days old) by twocvbloke ()        
"He said he would accept no less than $2,000 for each ma

So he plans to keep them for the rest of his life then... :P

Some people just don't get that some things are not as valuable as they think they are, and if they want to sell, then they have to work with the buyers, rather than tell them to F off and never to call again... :P


Post# 155098 , Reply# 8   10/12/2011 at 00:36 (4,516 days old) by gottahaveahoove (Pittston, Pennsylvania, 18640)        
With THAT price AND attitude,

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I think I'd tell HIM to F... himself!   I wouldn't take them if they were free now! He sounds like a nut.



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