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Old 06-09-2013, 12:25 AM   #1
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Found this in my mother's garage today, cleaning out for a moving sale. I think it is a electric hammer drill?? For concrete work maybe? Wondering if anyone can tell me a bit about it and provide a clue as to what I should put on it for a price. If it's junk or if it's worth a little something, I don't have a clue.

I was able to figure out it was pre-1976 by looking up Black & Decker labels on line, and with this "address" and identification, it is pre-1976. That's all I know. It does work as far as I know.

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Old 06-09-2013, 05:23 AM   #2
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May be an electric hammer. Are those star bits.

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That's an oldie---Black and Decker use to make heavy industrial tools---a lot of those are still in regular use--

That one is a collector ,not a user--so I doubt if it has much monetary value--
Let's see what some of the tool junkies have to say.

The old B&D core drill I one used sold for a lot---but they haven't improved the new ones--so although old it was not obsolete.
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That cord is sure in good looking shape to be that old, be careful with that one, if it shorts it has got you.
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Wow, a nice piece of vintage B & D. I also found an old B & D regular drill from the 60's that still works and is built like a tank. That hammer drill would certainly make a man out of you in a hurry!
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Thanks to all for the input so far. Sounds as though it may be an alright piece for someone, but nothing collectible. Guess I'll put like $20 on it and see what happens?
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Sound like a price a curious tool lover will pay---good luck.

Old hand tools can be surprisingly valuable----if you have any old planes or measuring tools---those can be a prize for a garage sailor---

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