Though this obviously isn't the hottest topic of conversation on the board (LOL), I thought I'd finish the story for those who might run across it in theshastaflour
The model 5 was introduced in '39 and ran until 1941, when it was replaced by the Model 7. The Model 7 has the automatic beater eject, where you turn thedavefoe
Have a good trip Jim!davefoe
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