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Abe;s paint job

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01-19-2014 12:49:57

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Put it off long enuf. The old boy has looked pretty bad ever since I got him. I put the part numbers on here a couple weeks ago, no body bit. Here are a before and after so far, and the numbers again. Last picture is showing the opening behind the talons. When I was a kid and use to get up on the roof to paint this one and his brother, that"s where the yellow jackets used to go in to build there nests!! Lotsa fun!!!

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01-19-2014 19:55:18

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 Re: Abe;s paint job in reply to Klyde, 01-19-2014 12:49:57  
I have two Old Abes & neither of them have #s stamped in them. I know the history on both of them & know they are both Originals. I'm a little confused about the #s on yours. Mine have #s on the base but not on the bird. Gerald

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01-19-2014 16:48:49

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 Re: Abe;s paint job in reply to Klyde, 01-19-2014 12:49:57  

Had one like that 44 years ago. Somebody needed it worse than I did. Got a good lead today. Bring it back to Sidney. No questions asked!

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01-19-2014 16:35:32

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 Re: Abe;s paint job in reply to Klyde, 01-19-2014 12:49:57  
I remember posting a reply to you telling you that if it was a Case casting, it would have Old Abe cast into it. Little did I know, that it was Old Abe himself with those nunbers cast into him.

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01-19-2014 13:08:51

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 Re: Abe;s paint job in reply to Klyde, 01-19-2014 12:49:57  
That is a stamp in the casting. My bird had no such stamp in him. I suspect that is not an official Case number.

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01-19-2014 12:52:40

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 Re: Abe;s paint job in reply to Klyde, 01-19-2014 12:49:57  
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OK here it is.

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John Saeli

01-19-2014 13:09:07

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 Re: Abe;s paint job in reply to Klyde, 01-19-2014 12:52:40  
Glad to see you're finally getting the rag out & gettin' to it!!

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