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 Posted: Sat Mar 18th, 2017 08:38 pm
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Chris Talley
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Hey guys. I thought I would share a photo of all the different Vornado 20c's. If you know of any other variants, I would love to hear from you.

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 Posted: Sat Mar 18th, 2017 09:42 pm
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Nice collection! Your location wouldn't have anything to do with that would it :wondering:

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 Posted: Sat Mar 18th, 2017 09:50 pm
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I don't have a 20C but I do have this 16C Canadian made. Nice little fan that I keep on the floor and use.




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 Posted: Sat Mar 18th, 2017 10:32 pm
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Chris Talley
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Hi Don. Thanks! 
I like your Canadian 16c. Those look to be pretty streamline with their slimmer base and bullet shaped motor housing. Thanks for sharing!

Chris

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Chris Talley wrote: If you know of any other variants, I would love to hear from you.


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 Posted: Sun Mar 19th, 2017 03:04 pm
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That's awesome! Thanks for sharing Jim!

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 Posted: Sun Mar 19th, 2017 03:29 pm
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Hey Chris, nice collection you have there. It's not often you're able to get all 3 colors that were made. I too have the coral rose, the mist grey and the mint blue variants produced by Vornado in 1956+-, These colors are hard to come by in good condition since the paint is fragile. Are you an avid Vornado collector?

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 Posted: Sun Mar 19th, 2017 04:04 pm
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Hi Rob! Yes, I agree. The 3 variant color schemes are harder to come by in any size. Especially in good condition. You have them too? How neat!
Yes I would consider myself an avid Vornado collector. I always have my eye out for them. 

Chris

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 Posted: Sun Mar 19th, 2017 04:06 pm
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Don Tener wrote: Your location wouldn't have anything to do with that would it :wondering:
Don, it could possibly. Lol. 
Chris

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 Posted: Sun Mar 19th, 2017 06:15 pm
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Here's an old picture of mine. My Vornado collection has grown ever since this photo was taken. I have a huge interrest in O.A. Sutton made Vornado fans.

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 Posted: Sun Mar 19th, 2017 06:18 pm
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And here's the biggun'. B60P1-1

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Oh wow. Those are awesome. I am really impressed with your collection! Your early style 10D1 and Coral Rose 38c are stunning! I don't know much about the window units in the back but they sure are nice! And of course, the 60p is always amazing! Thank you so much for sharing, Rob!

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Oh and BTW, your mint blue 20c is super clean! :clap:

Chris

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Chris Talley wrote: Oh wow. Those are awesome. I am really impressed with your collection! Your early style 10D1 and Coral Rose 38c are stunning! I don't know much about the window units in the back but they sure are nice! And of course, the 60p is always amazing! Thank you so much for sharing, Rob!

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The window units in the back are both 25E electrically reversible.

The left one being model M25E1-1, equipped with a Robbins & Myers motor, made in 1954. The one on the right is model number B25E2-1, equipped with a Universal motor, made in late 1956. This model may have been to replace the earlier 1954 model for cost cutting? Not sure, I just know it's rarer than the 1954 model. I have several of these including the larger brother, the 35E which has a 22" blade. These things are real power houses.

The picture listed below is a very early 12D1 gooseneck Vornado.

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 Posted: Mon Mar 20th, 2017 04:08 am
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I Like the 10D1's also. I have 2. Here is a pic of one of them.





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 Posted: Mon Mar 20th, 2017 04:33 pm
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Those 20Cs are nice!  Here are my two Vornados:




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 Posted: Tue Mar 21st, 2017 12:14 am
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Thank you for the info, Rob. 

That sure is a nice 12D1 gooseneck! 


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Hi Dan. Thanks!  Those are some good looking Vornados. Thank you for sharing! 

Chris

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I like your 10D1, Don. Thanks for sharing! 

Chris 

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