Re: Re: allis ib in reply to randy, 12-23-2003 04:02:57
yea, i have noted that too. also wondered what happened. think i came to same conclusion you did. might check serial numbers on the other site, i never did that. mine is a sn 25xx mid 1952. 53 and 54 always looked odd.
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