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    Thanks for the info. I gather that early 40s...

    Thanks for the info. I gather that early 40s would have been the rebuild date, with to history back to original date of mfg.
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    M1200 mfg. date

    My son recently bought an old M1200 lathe in fair condition. It was stamped lot 211 ser. no. 611223 and he has been trying to find out when it was built. Can anyone help? thanks, Paul Selfe. WS...
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    Old memories

    Ken: Good to hear from you again, and yes, there were a lot of "sea monsters" in those days. A lot of names popped into my head after reading some of the "threads". Stumbling onto this site (my son...
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    Jim Berkey

    Sorry Jim, my message should have been directed to you. Guess I was thinking of the crazy stuff Bill H. used to pull.
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    Giant Sea Monster

    Bill, The fellow you are referring to was a guy named Bill Hughes, I worked with him in Slant Bed Assembly. He used to refer to John Martanovic as the "Grand Eagle". He said John used to stand behind...
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    Rusticide Bombs

    We used to take hot cast iron chips from a turret facing operation, put them in a parts box and pour Rusticide in it, and place it near someone you wanted to harass. It stunk something awful!
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