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Old VS new model 30 Electrolux
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Post# 93558   3/15/2010 at 18:54 (3,727 days old) by kenkart ()        

I have noticed pictures of model 30 Luxes that were listed as PRE WAR when in fact they are NOT,so here is the lesson for the day!!!,All of you members under about 25 or 30 here is some info you might find interesting...The pre war model I have is from about 1939 or 40, it is slightly different than the very first one.

Post# 93559 , Reply# 1   3/15/2010 at 18:57 (3,727 days old) by kenkart ()        
First pix

Shows a pre on left post on right..notice the older machine has a larger aluminum rear housing the newer model is chrome plated steel,has louvered doors as opposed to the single push in door for the blowe

Post# 93560 , Reply# 2   3/15/2010 at 18:59 (3,727 days old) by kenkart ()        
Basket filter vs flat

In the previous pix you can see the early basket filter on the left as opposed to the flat one on the is!!!

Post# 93561 , Reply# 3   3/15/2010 at 19:01 (3,727 days old) by kenkart ()        
Bottom rear of early 30

You can see that it is longer as well as having the early sun emblem as well as patents I will show the new one

Post# 93562 , Reply# 4   3/15/2010 at 19:03 (3,727 days old) by kenkart ()        
Man I need to use spell check!!! anyhow

Here are some early rug tools for E lux

Post# 93563 , Reply# 5   3/15/2010 at 19:05 (3,727 days old) by electrolux~137 ()        

My web site discusses the various iterations of the XXX -- there were six distinctively different versions of that model, with numerous "in-between" models yielding a seemingly infinite number of variations. See link.

Hi Hans! :)

CLICK HERE TO GO TO electrolux~137's LINK

Post# 93565 , Reply# 6   3/15/2010 at 19:06 (3,727 days old) by kenkart ()        
Decket out post war model pre war in front

This was brought back from L A in 95 a gift from our own Mr Lester the pre war was a yard sale buy

Post# 93566 , Reply# 7   3/15/2010 at 19:07 (3,727 days old) by kenkart ()        

The tools in the preceeding pix came with the pre war model...notice they are much different than the later ones...the floor brush is stamped aluminum not cast

Post# 93567 , Reply# 8   3/15/2010 at 19:11 (3,727 days old) by kenkart ()        

If I had known you had THAT I would not given my little lecture!!!! YOU are the E Lux expert not me LOL!!!

Post# 93575 , Reply# 9   3/15/2010 at 19:21 (3,727 days old) by electrolux~137 ()        

hehe, that just comes from being obsessed with Electroluxes since the first time I laid eyes on one, when I was an infant!!

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