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Post# 2647   10/17/2006 at 19:30 (4,360 days old) by myhooverco ()        

Here is an "orange" Dial a Matic from about 1975 dressed up for Halloween. The art teacher in my school, Mrs. Weiss, wheeled it down to my classroom all ready for trick-or-treat. I was very surprised! She rescued it from the trash much to the chagrin of her husband who could not believe that she would do such a thing. Now instead of going to a landfill, it will live on in my collection. This is one model that I do not have. Can you imagine going trick or treating but instead of candy they gave away vacuums???? Kelli...you are the best!

--Tom





Post# 2651 , Reply# 1   10/17/2006 at 20:28 (4,360 days old) by robgwisdala ()        
Hello.

That is so cute!
:)


Post# 2655 , Reply# 2   10/17/2006 at 21:28 (4,360 days old) by hoovercelebrity ()        
Hahaha!

Now that is *really* creative!

You have great co-workers!

Aren't you gonna leave it in your classroom? :-)

~Fred


Post# 2657 , Reply# 3   10/18/2006 at 00:25 (4,360 days old) by swingette ()        

Divine. orange(red), just in time for halloween, and its a model you dont have! if they gave vacuums for trick or treating, is there any guarantee they WOULDNT be eureka bravos and bagless bissells?

Post# 2662 , Reply# 4   10/18/2006 at 06:38 (4,360 days old) by myvacsrock (Dayton, OH)        

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AWWW...
Cute that model seems popular i thought you had it!
Well cool!!
Does it work?!??
Kyle Krichbaum


Post# 2704 , Reply# 5   10/18/2006 at 18:17 (4,359 days old) by myhooverco ()        

I plugged it in tonight and it works great...just needs an agitator belt. It is serial number 344,000+ so it is a late one and it has the "square" Hoover plug.

I am happy to add it to my collection...

No I could not leave it in my classroom...it was too much of a distraction. Instead it is a great Halloween decoration here. I am planning on putting it outside during trick or treat when we pass out candy. I wonder what kind of reactions I will get?

--Tom


Post# 2708 , Reply# 6   10/18/2006 at 19:19 (4,359 days old) by vacuumkid3 ()        
HAHA!

I will have to leave mine outside while I pass out candy! My Kirby Omega, that is, if I have it finished by then. I will have to come up with some "arms" for the vacuum to hold the bowl while I monitor the kids to make sure they get the correct "dosage" of candy.

Post# 2777 , Reply# 7   10/19/2006 at 19:51 (4,358 days old) by hoov-man ()        

AWESOME




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