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Electrolux Collection in East Longmeadow, Mass., all for $30
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Post# 435478   11/26/2020 at 09:58 by Blackstone (Springfield, MA)        

Someone should be able to salvage all these items.


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Post# 435494 , Reply# 1   11/26/2020 at 14:05 by huskyvacs (Indiana)        

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Wow that's a great deal. Fully restored and assembled you can get that much back and more for each individual vacuum.

Post# 435501 , Reply# 2   11/26/2020 at 15:38 by electrolux137 (Land O Plenty USA)        

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I love the hose that's standing upright like a cobra under the spell of a snake charmer! Of course, that tells you a lot about the condition of the hose.


Post# 436281 , Reply# 3   12/14/2020 at 14:15 by Blackstone (Springfield, MA)        
Electrolux Database?

I purchased this collection of Electrolux vacuums and parts, and I would like to make some sort of inventory of model numbers. What is the best database that lists model numbers, years of manufacture, etc.?

I'm looking to save 1 or 2 for myself, and selling and/or parting out the remainder.

Listing also to automaticwasher.org. Any questions, either reply here, or directly to my email.
Fred
Springfield, Mass.
FGosiewski@aol.com


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Post# 436301 , Reply# 4   12/15/2020 at 09:22 by dysonman1 (Rolla, MO)        

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The first thing I would do is to separate out the pre-war XXX's from the post-war XXX's. Flat runners with no saloon doors is early. Exhaust located at lower third of rear end is the earliest (1937-1938). Those will also have the basket filter instead of the flat rear filter. The pre-war models are the most valuable.

I would immediately take that XXX with the chrome cordwinder off the top of that very early pre-war model on the bottom.


Post# 436305 , Reply# 5   12/15/2020 at 10:41 by Blackstone (Springfield, MA)        
Basket filter instead of the flat rear filter

Can you post pictures of the two filter types? Just want to make sure that I know what I am looking at.

I have 9 hoses that have both ends securely connected. 3 of them are plastic hoses, so they must have been rebuilt. As for the 6 cloth-covered hoses, is there a reliable way to check if they are airtight? I'm not seeing any physical damage, and they are all flexible.





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