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Rose 1 month ago
#23 Cool Dude.
       
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Justus 1 month ago
#11 My parents had one of these when I was growing up ('80s.) I've never seen another one until now. Pretty neat.
       
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Valerie 1 month ago
Justus, #11 Led Zeppelin IV you're raising your kids right

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Leonore 1 month ago
#5 - not a Kitchenaid, says Hobart on the side.
       
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Benedict 1 month ago
Leonore, Yes, a KitchenAid. Hobart Manufacturing founded their KitchenAid division in 1919, and it was sold off to Whirlpool in 1986. Thus, the Hobart logo on the mixer in the post ensures it was made pre-'86.
Nice conclusion you jumped to, Leonore; there's value in getting things right.
And by the way, it says KitchenAid right on the front of it, and on the instruction manual in the bowl.
       
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Midge 1 month ago
#20 sure but a quick search shows that if your cookware is damaged or scratched, it is prone to cause injuries
       
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Frank 1 month ago
#23 My uncle has been using one of those to roll cigarettes since the mid '50s.
       
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Olph 1 month ago
Frank,

my class gave one to our PE teacher when we left grade school.
       
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Olph 1 month ago
made by my mother, i am still functional after 50+ years
       
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Frank 1 month ago
#32 Doesn't everyone own one of these?
       
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