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#254180 - Sat May 14 2011 03:21 PM Old Walker Jack Find
57tbirdkid Offline
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Registered: Tue May 04 2010
Loc: NY
I was out hitting some estate sales and came across this jack at the first one. I knew it was old(I believe 1920's- mid 30's). The man running the sale said 20 people looked at that jack and not one could figure out how to work it-so he said I could have it for half price. After about 5 min of playing around with it I got it to work. The jack is called a Walker Roll-A-Car Model 740 and is in great shape for the age. Looks like it had one re-paint, but thought this was a cool early service station item. Enjoy!!





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#254184 - Sat May 14 2011 04:07 PM Re: Old Walker Jack Find [Re: 57tbirdkid]
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Registered: Fri Sep 17 2004
Loc: Syracuse,NY USA
My next door neighbor has one just like it he wants to sell.
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#254187 - Sat May 14 2011 04:22 PM Re: Old Walker Jack Find [Re: Gas stuff.com]
57tbirdkid Offline
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Registered: Tue May 04 2010
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I don't think they are that rare but it cost me less then what two gallons of gas cost and it's a unique looking Jack
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