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Lunkenheimer Paragon Oiler


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Old 06-15-2005, 01:41:52 PM
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Default Lunkenheimer Paragon Oiler

Can someone tell me what a #2 Lunkenheimer Paragon Oiler might be worth. Thanks.
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Default Re: Lunkenheimer Paragon Oiler

Depends if it is early or late style. The early style will probably run $175-225 depending on condition and how bad somebody wants it. The newer ones look like a fancy Sentinel oiler and are probably valued about 1/2. My two cents worth, Mike.
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Default Re: Lunkenheimer Paragon Oiler

can you tell me exactly how the old and new paragon can be identified?
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Old 06-15-2005, 09:41:40 PM
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Default Re: Lunkenheimer Paragon Oiler

I have one Paragon with a heavy brass lever to cover the oil filler hole, the other has a thin lever with a tab to hold a captured disc against the cover. The disc is missing on mine. I would think the disc type is the later style, just got it on a power hack saw I bought..
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