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 Posted: Sat Jul 20th, 2019 06:20 pm
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Dean Steinhaus
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This is a GE 16 inch, 6 blade, 3 speed oscillating fan that Kim Frank restored many years ago.I spoke with Kim about it a few years ago and if my memory serves me well he said that the wooden base came from his Dads workshop.
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Funny how these can come back to haunt a person. That would have been one that I did in 2001. I think it has a twisted vinyl covered headwire. That would've been before I learned of Olde Tyme Radio and SunDial cloth covered wire. I thought early on, being a wood refinisher, that these fans needed wooden bases. I used some very old walnut that came from my father to turn them. There was another of my very early restos that sold at Fan Fair....lol.

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Kim Frank wrote: Funny how these can come back to haunt a person. That would have been one that I did in 2001. I think it has a twisted vinyl covered headwire. That would've been before I learned of Olde Tyme Radio and SunDial cloth covered wire. I thought early on, being a wood refinisher, that these fans needed wooden bases. I used some very old walnut that came from my father to turn them. There was another of my very early restos that sold at Fan Fair....lol.

I sold the white fan U restored in 01 at auction for a hunnert thou and I have another of yours with the walnut base too! I will keep it unless I get a hunnert thou out of it too!😋😋

Geo...

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