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Post# 463342   5/24/2023 at 19:46 by Lesinutah (Utah)        

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I know Montgomery ward made rebranded vacuums. I know they did alot of eureka.
Can anyone give a more in depth history. Thanks.

Post# 463351 , Reply# 1   5/25/2023 at 07:10 by eurekaprince (Montreal, Canada)        

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I think the relationship between Eureka and MW goes back a very long time. Eureka was making store-branded Wards vacs as far back as the early 1950's...if I remember correctly.

Post# 463360 , Reply# 2   5/25/2023 at 16:43 by KirbyClassicIII (Milwaukie, Oregon)        

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Wards even slapped their name on two different Sanitaire commercial uprights: the most popular of the two was the SP-8000, which was based likely on Sanitaire's 641, while the Wide-Stroke version, the SP-8005, was based on the 698.


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