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 Posted: Wed Apr 7th, 2010 12:01 am
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Tom Dreesen
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Classic early 52 inch C17 with a coat of house paint.  Has hanger and canopy minus a standard 3/4 inch pipe downrod).  You will need 2 more blade irons.  Spins freely but I have not tried to run it (It is currently boxed as a buyer has not paid)  $175 plus FedEx Home delivery shipping.

And a pre 46 or so (memory fading, Fulton, NY tag) Hunter metal 36 inch (aluminum) blades.  Fan has been stripped, repainted with several coats of rattle can (good quality, forget exactly the brand), blades then cear coated with lacquer.  Bearing, shaft, etc look fine, but I never ran it.  Needs to be put back together with some new felt washers and wires.  No speed coil and one original switch is there but broken.  The H means it has a light fitter for a 4 inch shade.  Has the original hanger and brass bell canopy.  I have appropriate shades if you need one but it may be cheaper to get one from a local junk shop instead of paying shipping.    $150 plus shipping.

Price Reduction  to  $125 each


Due to the (short-sighted) limitations imposed by the BOD, if you are interested in either and not a member of AFCA, you may reach me at tdreesen(at)bellsouth(dot)net (change the at and dot to @ and .)







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 Posted: Wed Apr 7th, 2010 12:08 am
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Tom Dreesen wrote: Classic black 80s (before '85 R&M label) with Hunter 4 light kit and globes.  Complete with hanger and canopy minus a standard 3/4 inch pipe downrod).  $175 plus FedEx Home delivery shipping.

And a pre 46 or so (memory fading, Fulton, NY tag) Hunter metal (aluminum) blades.  Fan has been stripped, repainted with several coats of rattle can (good quality, forget exactly the brand), blades then ceat coated with lacquer.  Bearing, shaft, etc look fine, but I never ran it.  Needs to be put back together with some new felt washers and wires.  No speed coil and one original switch is there but broken.  The H means it has a light fitter for a 4 inch shade.  I have appropriate shades if you need one but it may be cheaper to get one from a local junk shop instead of paying shipping.  I only have some before and during pics right now.  $150 plus shipping.

YO Larry!  Can You Fix My Links?

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 Posted: Wed Apr 7th, 2010 01:22 am
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Zachary Yarnes
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I wish I had the money for that 36"er, that would be PERFECT out back somewhere:cool:
Good luck with the sale Tom:up:

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 Posted: Thu Apr 8th, 2010 01:31 am
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Tom Dreesen
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Here is the H-36 in its box.  The blades are on the bottom wrapped in paper.

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 Posted: Sat Apr 10th, 2010 02:28 am
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 Posted: Mon Apr 19th, 2010 12:29 am
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The bottom cover is brass.  Original porcelain socket.

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blades

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 Posted: Sun May 30th, 2010 03:37 pm
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