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Colourful Antique

Started by Mechanic, July 20, 2008, 11:52:04 PM

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The Plain Dealer newspaper of Cleveland, Ohio, USA, as part of the 150th  anniversary (1842-1992),  has on exhibition a colour enhanced old Linotype machine. It's a real lollypop.

George Finn (Mechanic)
Gold Coast

Dave Hughes

Absolutely bizarre George!

Looks like they're trying to make it some kind of swinging 60s psychedelic item!

Looks a little lacking in the distributor department. 
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How will they ever manage to strip all that paint and put it 'right' again?
Robert Griffith
Burleson, Texas

Dan Williams

Looks okay to me  :P
except, I can't stand it when they are not left in normal position.

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