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Old 07-26-2005, 04:10 PM   #1
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Anyone know about old tools? Value or anything like that?

I cleaned out an old toolbox that was like my step grandfathers..and then sat for years and years. There'* a bunch of junk..but there'* some pretty cool old tools as well. Somehow I don't want to throw them out but I don't want them either. Being that so many things are collectible these days I have no idea and am looking for guidance.
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research on internet or look up on Ebay to see if anyone is selling anything similar
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if you want to sell them, DO NOT restore them, or dont do it yourself until you know what your doing,

or the value will drop a lot.
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I would post pics as i can help you i have a bunch of old tools from my great grampa and my grandfather i still have them all
i have an old Souix valve seat grinder as well as a flathead ford valvekeeper tool...
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