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Post# 107032   8/27/2010 at 18:29 (3,338 days old) by bagintheback (Flagstaff, Arizona)        

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I finally found a Hoover Concept today. My Grandapa and I were going to thrift store to thrift store and we found it! We have been looking for one of these brush rolls FOREVER. It runs perfectly and the brush roll even has good brush strips. The serial number has no date on it so I'm thinking this a is late 70s- early 80's machine. If anyone has brush-strips for this i will buy them from you. Here is a picture of my new concept.




Post# 107036 , Reply# 1   8/27/2010 at 20:08 (3,338 days old) by xraytech ()        

Nice Concept, I have the same model, it's my daily driver.

BTW, that is a mid 80's model, around 85-86 I believe


Post# 107050 , Reply# 2   8/27/2010 at 21:55 (3,338 days old) by vinvac (Dubuque IA)        

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That is similar to the one I have as well. I don't use mine, I don't like Hoover's power drive, to jerky. I wish I could find a Dial-A-Matic that doesn't have power drive and a Concept. I also have a complete deluxe attachment set for my Concept.


Morgan


Post# 107058 , Reply# 3   8/27/2010 at 23:04 (3,338 days old) by xraytech ()        

Oh, good luck on finding brush strips, they are NLA, my concept like yours has new brushes I found, my Concept II has almost new brush strips, my Penney's Concept is unused so it hasnew brushes, and I have one set ofspares which I paid an arm and a leg for just to have.

THey also had a replacement brushroll which was plastic with all brushes, it was discontinued late last year, so you may have better luck finding the replacement brush roll


Post# 107087 , Reply# 4   8/28/2010 at 09:19 (3,337 days old) by bagintheback (Flagstaff, Arizona)        

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The main reason I bought this vacuum in the frist place was for the brush roll itself! I knew that they were no longer made and no vacuum shop around me within 50 miles had one.

So if I were to sell this how much would I get for it on ebay?


Post# 107089 , Reply# 5   8/28/2010 at 10:51 (3,337 days old) by thevacuumguy96 (Nampa, ID)        

I'll trade u a hoover concept one brushroll for the vacuum if your gonna sell the vacuum!

Post# 107117 , Reply# 6   8/28/2010 at 16:49 (3,337 days old) by vintageroyal611 ()        

eBay hasn't been very kind to Hoover Concepts lately. They are going for very small amounts of money with only one or two bids. If you do decide to eBay it, I would say a good starting bid would be $25.00 with a buy it now option of $50.00. That way, if there is someone who would be willing to pay more for it, or desperately wants it, they can click buy it now, and not worry. On the other hand, if there is someone who sort of wants it, but doesn't want to pay a fortune, they can start bidding at $25, and should it go higher than they anticipated, they can simply stop bidding and let the other person buy it.

Post# 107145 , Reply# 7   8/28/2010 at 18:52 (3,337 days old) by kirbfan94 ()        
NLA

there are ways around that :D

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