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(1992) Royal all metal upright model 6103F
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Post# 457260   10/5/2022 at 20:22 by OldCrankman (Lawrenceburg, Indiana)        

Is this rare?

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Post# 457261 , Reply# 1   10/5/2022 at 22:32 by Lesinutah (Utah)        
No

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There fairly common. They are a higher end model hence090 the chrome wheel caps.

Post# 457263 , Reply# 2   10/6/2022 at 00:36 by kirbyklekter (Concord,Ca.)        
Nice find

I'd definitely hang on to this one. It will take a nice shine and will really stand out in your ever growing collection.

Post# 457305 , Reply# 3   10/7/2022 at 18:50 by huskyvacs (Indiana)        

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Not rare but a damn good vacuum. I have one in pieces from another collector here.

The Preferred collection was the highest trim level. Other than appearance, I do not think it changed much of anything about the vacuum from the base models. I only have the one, so I do not know about others from the same time frame on their motor specifics.


Post# 457307 , Reply# 4   10/7/2022 at 19:54 by OldCrankman (Lawrenceburg, Indiana)        
Lucky for me

I got this for $15 and spare bags with it. Nothing at all is wrong with it.

Post# 457311 , Reply# 5   10/7/2022 at 23:30 by Lesinutah (Utah)        
It

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Jhas the top fill bag which means better filtration. The height adjustment is better than the nob. It has a 6 amp motor which is about perfect without being too loud. The only thing I don't like is the black belt cover. It does seal better than a belt cap.
I have one but I chipped the bottom of my armature and I need to put new one in.
If you get steel wool and take some oxidation off. You could then polish and it would look really nice.


Post# 457313 , Reply# 6   10/8/2022 at 08:32 by human (Pines of Carolina)        

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One of the few regrets I have about not buying a particular machine was when I saw one of these at Goodwill a few years ago for $19. It was in beautiful condition, but there was a Kirby G5 next to it in comparable shape for the same price and I couldn't decide between them, nor could I justify buying both, so in the end, I left them both. Not surprisingly, both were gone when I went back the next day. But that's okay; I've got too many vacuums anyway.


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