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joesbucketorust said:
Late to the party I know, but I was caught up in other tool acquisitions. Looks like everything has been hashed out but I just wanted to say that in regards to type studies - remember that Stanley didn't just throw out all the old parts when they made changes, they used them up. So you can find a type 11 with type 10 or 12 parts, it's not necessarily a frankenplane. Of course a type 2 piece on a 1960's era plane is obviously going to be out of place.
Well, that makes sense. Thanks.
 

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Looking good Tom! Those old Bailey planes clean up beautifully, huh? I just picked up a #3 that I'm looking forward to cleaning up.
 

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Well alright, here it is as I found it. I've since given it the electrolysis bath and have started cleaning it up. It'll need a new tote, as this one is cracked in a few places. The previous owner tossed it in to sweeten the deal on the Airstream I bought a few weeks back.



After a bath.


 
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