A place for guys to show off finds and discuss places to obtain hard to find reminders of manly days gone by.
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Hello Paul. I am Scott. I collect neckties, records. I should get one of your toolboxes for my 1962 Studebaker Lark.
this is a early 80s Montgomery ward tool chest I picked for $40. The quality is 10x a modern craftsman (I know because I own one and its junk). When I finished refurbish, I had a guy offer me $500 but I couldn't sell it. I never get rid of anything so well built
my manual shears, I got these for a buck and they were frozen. some wd40 and a blade sharpening and they cut like new
This was a gift for my girlfriend, I did it the same time as my green toolbox. it came out NICE
this was a yellow craftsman ratchet toolbox I found. I paint matched it to my truck and made it my car emergency tool kit. everything I need to fix most car problems. I have an affliction for old toolboxes
Hello gentlemen, I just joined and I'm always finding vintage mens items at estate sales and at auction.
I really wish this group were more active. I love looking at the pictures of mantiques.
My great grandfather gave me a fraternity sword from the Knights of Pythias, a fraternity formed during the Reconstruction Era. It doesn't have the sheath or the chain on the pommel, but it's still in good shape.
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