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costume made from vacuum parts
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Post# 3549   11/6/2006 at 07:18 (4,341 days old) by centralvacman ()        

interesting how they used a familiar vacuum part here




Post# 3561 , Reply# 1   11/6/2006 at 09:42 (4,341 days old) by ohio_tuec ()        

The front end piece from a Lux model XXX. Sans the latch.

Post# 3579 , Reply# 2   11/6/2006 at 17:30 (4,341 days old) by charles~richard ()        
Good Lord!

Someone used some sort of cutting tool to form the rounded top into a beveled point. That looks incredibly hazardous! Can you imagine if this lady tripped and fell and that sharp tip went gouging into her face......... ouch!!




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