Time Is Nothing Against These Things! (53 PICS)

Posted in PICTURES       29 Jan 2021       8677       3 GALLERY VIEW

"I Thought You Guys Might Like My 1920s-1930s Magic Chef Stove With 6 Burners, 2 Ovens, And A Bread Warmer"

"Our Singer Sewing Machine, 100 Years Old And Works Perfectly"

"Oak Chest. Storing Family S@#t Since 1682. Lock Still Working"

"Oxford Bookbag From 1880 Or So. My Grandpa Got It Used When He Started High School In 1951. It Has Since Been Used And Enjoyed By My Mom, Uncle, Aunt And Myself And Is Still Durable"

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"About 80 Years Old. Hand-Me-Down Cast Iron Skillet, Used Daily"

"Found This Kitchenaid Mixer From The 1970s For $35. New Grease And Paint And It's As Good As New"

"My In-Laws Were Brilliant: Le Creuset, Purchased 1977"

"Grandmother Still Has Her WWII Frigidaire Refrigerator, Still Works Without A Hitch!"


"For Christmas, My Grandpa Gave Me The Sheepskin Coat He Wore In His 20s. He Is 70 Now! Still In Mint Condition :)"

"My Girlfriend's 1950s Frigidaire Stove (Which Is Replacing A Far Newer And Much Harder To Fix Stove)"

"Kids Played The Most With This 25-Year-Old Toy Despite All The Gifts They Got"

"My 97-Year-Old Waterman 52"


"World's Oldest Pairs Of Levi's Jeans Found In A Goldmine 136 Years Later"

"Me In My Snoopy Sweater In 1981, My Son In The Same Sweater In 2017, And My Daughter In The Same Sweater In 2020"

"My Jewish Great-Grandparents Used This Travelling Case When They Moved From Izmir, Ottoman Empire To Argentina In 1910. Still Functional"

"Original Game Boy Still Works Like A Charm"


"Going On Twenty Years. (Sorel)"

"My Mom And Dad Got Matching North Face Down Jackets After Their Wedding 35 Years Ago. Still Being Worn Today. Now That My Dad Won’t Be Wearing His Anymore, It’s Up To Me To Make Sure It Continues To Get Used"

"Waffle Iron From The 1920s Still Working Flawlessly"

"Stanley Thermos Used Every Day From 1970 To 2018"


"This Used To Wake Me Up For School In The 5th Grade. I'm 39 Now"

"When My Grandfather Passed Away, I Inherited His Auto Crawler. Still Using It To Change My Oil After 80 Years. (X-Post)"

"Sure, You May Lose A Finger, But My Emerson Table Fan Has Been Going Strong For Over 70 Years"

"Here Is My 1958 Rolleiflex Camera That Was Passed Down To Me. It Still Works Perfectly And Takes Beautiful Images"


"This 117+-Year-Old Coffee Grinder From Peugeot (Yes, The Car Maker)"

"My "New" 60-Year-Old Swiss Army Salt And Pepper Backpack"

"LEGO, My LEGO Being Played With Again 40 Years Later..."

"Picked Up This Basset Bedroom Set From The Original Owners. Around 60 Years Old. Ready For Another Lifetime Of Use"


"Still Sporting My Dad's Coleman Classic Tent From '70s. No Leaks, And Doesn't Require A Rain Fly. All Original Poles In Tact After 44 Years"

"This Duffle Bag That Came With The Nintendo 64 My Parents Got Me For Christmas ‘95. A Little Dinged Up But Very Intact. Still One Of My Main Travel Bags"

"My Mom Surprised My Son And Brought One Of My Favorite Toys From My Childhood. It's Probably About 25 Years Old And He's Already Been Using It Daily - Just As I Did. Thanks Mom"

"My Sheaffer Reminder Ballpoint Pen. This Has Been In My Pocket Every Weekday For The Last 15 Years. It Used To Belong To My Grandfather. I Know He Used It Because The Brass Was Already Starting To Wear Through When I Got It. They Still Make The Refills For It"


"30 Years Ago, I Received This As A Gift From My Grandparents. Today, I Get To Pass It On To My Son"

"Vintage Farmhouse (Cast Iron) Sink Is Around 100 Years Old And Still Looks Great - Just Got Refinished Last Week!"

"My Pocket Compass Is Engraved “Eng. Dept. U.s.a. 1918”. Wish I Had Paid More Attention Who Had Owned These Things When My Parents Passed Them On To Me. It’s Too Late To Ask Them Now. But The Compass Still Points To Magnetic North After 99 Years!"

"Just Been Gifted My Parents' Le Creuset Saucepan Set. They Got It As A Wedding Gift 40 Years Ago. Has Had Everyday Use Since"


"My Old Car Toy [sachs] Survived 7 Kids And Still Rolling After 35 Years..."

"My 1974 Sansui 881, She's 43 Years Old This Month"

"My WW2-Era Tabletop GE Fan"

"A Camera My Grandpa Bought For 100 Dollars In 1953, Today It Would Have Cost Almost 2000 Dollars"


"My Super Nintendo Still Going Strong 27 Years Later"

"My 1969 Raleigh Sports Bicycle, Still Widely Available Used, Will Last Forever With Minimal Care. I Ride Mine Regularly And Have Owned It For Over Ten Years"

"1976 Scrabble Board With Raised Grid-Lines And Rotating Base. Still Has All The Pieces!"

"Buy It For Several Lives, My Great Grandfather's Desk From 1922"

"Zojirushi Rice Maker. Just Had Our 25th Anniversary, And This Wedding Present Is Going Strong... Use It 2-3x/Week!"

"My Ipod Classic 120gb I Bought With My First Ever Paycheck At 16. I'm Now 27. Came With Me Everywhere, Every Day, Being Used All Day Until I Got A Car And Has Lived In My Car Running Music Ever Since! How It's Still Going Is Beyond Me! Battery Is Still Great Too!"

"I Work At A Red Wing Shoe Store, And A Customer Brought This Stock # 1177 In For Resole. It Was Made In 1995 (As Old As I Am) And It’s Still Kicking. This Picture Is After I Applied A Fresh Coat Of Boot Oil"

"My Inlaws’ Pyrex Bowls That My Wife Grew Up With. Wedding Present From 1970. The Only Thing She Asked For When Her Parents Asked Her What She Wanted From Their Estate. One Used To Be Pink. Used Daily"

"This Silva Compass I Bought When I Was 14, Now I Am 61 (Has Seen A Lot Of Hikes)"

"My Coleman Lil’ Oscar Cooler. It Was Purchased In 1983 And Has Carried 3 Generations Of Lunches To Work And Beers To The Farm"

"Great-Grandfather Didn't Leave Me Much, But I've Used This Every Time I Fish For 20 Years"

"$700 As A Pair, No Extra Bells Or Whistles, Never Had To Repair Or Replace A Single Component, 12 Years Old"

"This GE Alarm Clock Has Never Failed In Probably 25 Years"


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Gabrielle 2 year s ago
Bought Maytag large capacity heavy duty washing machine in 1998. These babies run forever
Di 2 year s ago

... try electric one next time.
Tiffany 2 year s ago
Peugeot made grinders a long time before they made cars. And their grinders are still the best...




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