Taking a guess here, I suspect it was made for Montgomery Ward, Sears Roebuck's big rival for a century or so, by a company that didn't put their own name on it. Montgomery Ward Montgomery Ward is based in the State of Wisconsin in the United States of America and operates solely in the United States. It shows heavy use, yet still locks up tightly. I see what you are saying about the frame and the fork. This is in large part due to a Res-o-Glass model being the instrument of choice for White Stripes front man Jack White.
It is in a small wooden storage table lifts up and out. Several different electric hollowbody Airline guitars were manufactured by Harmony. That's great that you do have a palm sander, melomelisa! Sorry about forgetting to add some of the important information. The unique angular shape of this instrument along with the shape of the pick guard and the placement of the knobs and switches calls to mind the 1950s and '60s. Any information that you can offer would be greatly appreciated. I will be back on here on Friday in the very late evening after I have basically moved into the home.
Dual Guard Models Because of their status as a lower-end department store brand of guitars, some of the original Airline guitars were not given specific model names. I am trying to decide on selling or keeping this bike, the more I see it the more I want to keep it and restore it but do not know where to began or if it is worth it. We have provided this service to try to help them to date their major appliances fridge, stove, dishwasher, washer, dryer, etc. I'm trying to help a friend out in finding out as much as we can about this shotgun. There hasn't been any decoding of Snyder's serial numbers aside from some prewar ones, so a specific year isn't possible.
This is the first classic bike I have had. Sometimes this thing can be a real problem reassembling due to the spring tension once you install the new spring. Refrigerator and Freezer Database and Search Tool Refrigerator and Freezer Energy Rating Database Many people haven't a clue how much energy their refrigerator or freezer is using every hour of every day of every year. It has a spark advance on the front, just above the throttle, which is a lever. The situation is further confused in that retailers might switch makers at the end of a contract period and the same name would then appear on a completely different machine by another manufacturer. There are currently 146 Machine Registry submissions for this manufacturer.
Maybe look back in the Birds Of A Feather forum? I think the bottom is the choke, but it has been a few years since I used it. In the period between 1890 and 1930 many German companies produced machines with no reference to their origin. Unfortunately, neither of these names actually appears on the guitar anywhere, so they are sometimes hard to place. There was some water damage on the top and there is a lot of scratching on the legs from a cat! Harmony Solid Body Guitars Harmony only produced two different solid body Airline guitars, the Bobkat Two Pickup model and the 7250. With the low serial number, the very first 701A as opposed to the 700A ever made? Sorry, but can't remember the member's handle. Do you know the serial number for it? If it's a double barrel, does it have one trigger or two? I also see what you are saying why this fork looks different than the three stack crown of the earlier bikes.
I'll be anxious to see if you can find anything out about the serial number. The Stevens Model 94B was first produced in 1929 and remained in the line until 1969. To test, watch the burner and if the igniter glows for a while and then shuts off without the gas igniting, it usually means one of these coils is bad. I'm willing to put the time and work in! During the first part of the 20th century, when the United States was transitioning from an agricultural to a more urban nation, inexpensive shotguns were the first choice for farmers and city dwellers who needed, respectively, a tool for keeping the fox from the henhouse and the means for an affordable and enjoyable weekend afield. Any info would be much appreciated. This is the front of the tank The throttle is above and the knob is fuel mix control. Please remember that safety standards have changed over the years and information in old manuals as well as the old machines themselves may not meet modern standards.
I would include a picture of it but at the moment the only one I have my friend is in it and I'm not sure how much he would like it if I posted it here. Retailers, like Montgomery ward, usually do buy anything that they sell from a variety of manufacturers. Distributors in those countries gave them various western-sounding names to help sales. Dedicated collectors have compiled serial number lists that can help them approximate a build date, but no official or published list exists. From what i have found it looks like an early 60s to me but I do not know. I called Scott Logan about this.
The database generally includes models that are at least 12 cubic feet but not more than 26 cubic feet in size. It is also worth checking out. About all that I know about it is that dad always said it was 5 hp, but I didn't see any data plate to say that. Check carefully on the mounting bracket for a model number. If there are still the directions to it so that it can be disassembled and reassembled for cleaning.
Most Hawthorne bicycles were manufactured by the Cleveland Welding Company or H. If its a full gearshift and the color will help some. I don't think that it has been run in the past 10 years or so and I really don't have a use for it, but it seems like something that should be preserved. Whether it's cars, computers or machine tools, I tend to end up with things that aren't supposed to exist. If you have the right research books or access to certain manufacturers' websites, you can find out where and when a firearm was manufactured; it's why the serial number is there to being with.