Re: antique extractor
When I was looking for an extractor a few years ago, I saw one that looked similar waaaaay in the back corner of a shed. I had to ask myself if it was something I would want to eat out of, and the answer was "No". I tried to think of ways to 'clean it up' to make it acceptable and decided that it would take entirely too much time and effort, and might not even be successful. So, I passed on the deal in favor of a nice, shiny new stainless model.
Originally Posted by angryhippie
I might have got it just for it being an antique...but I already have a lot of 'old stuff' and I have to be a little picky in order to avoid marital discord- the wife likes old stuff too...sometimes...but I wouldn't have a place for it to live and it would have ended up in a corner of a shed, and since cash was already an issue it was much better sitting in the shed it was already in.
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