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Re: South Bend Serial Number Card

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  • Bob Wright
    I have a 1919 15 and mine would be just scribbles in an old book. I don t think they started the cards until a later date. I prob will by my info just to see
    Message 1 of 2 , Nov 14, 2009
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      I have a 1919 15" and mine would be just scribbles in an old book. I don't think they started the cards until a later date. I prob will by my info just to see who bought the lathe new...Bob

      --- In southbend10k@yahoogroups.com, "nmen55" <nmen55@...> wrote:
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      > I spent the $25.00 and received a PDF file of the card. Other than a intrinsic historical record, the price might be too much for a digital copy of what one gets scribbled on the card. The 1964 inspectors penmanship was terrible and difficult to read even though the computer scan had good resolution.
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      > I still can verify the build numbers, customer (mine just says: Wills 33-10), date of build/inspection, and date sold. I have a model CL370AD, which is a 10K, UD, 4ft. The s/n: 10845KKR7 inspected Oct 27 1964 shipped Dec 14 1964.
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