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Old 02-15-2002, 02:58:35 PM
David Greenwalt
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After reading the thread about bearings, I was talking to my dad about it. He gave me a scraper that he said hasn't been used in about 30 years. It is in real good shape, except some of the writing is worn off. All I can make out is ", Mass, USA". It has a large wooden handle, shaped like a bulb. Anyone know anything about this company? Later.
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