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David Hoatson
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I’m looking to buy a GE Pancake (12”or 14”) or Coinop. Must have nice paint, shiny or good patina brass, no broken or missing parts, and smooth running. 
Thanks. 

Ben Hosaflook
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Check with Chad Baker ... 828-302-7787 ...

David Hoatson
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Ben Hosaflook wrote: Check with Chad Baker ... 828-302-7787 ...Thanks. 
It’s odd. I have a 1900 that is spoken for and need another GE for a special customer.  So far, two members have offered me 1900’s. I always figured they were kinda rare. I’ve seen lots of 1902’s and 1903’s. 

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The 1900s are much more uncommon that the 1901 and 1902, at least from what I’ve seen. I think they’re better looking too! You just lucked out!

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I’m going to see what my customer wants. 
This Antique Fan Parts one is nice:



Steven P Dempsey
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The 1900 is clean & "Unfussy" with no holes in base or vent holes in motor - -and that large brass tagon the stick mount is sweet.





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