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Old 10-20-2008, 09:55 AM
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I started to collect old reels myself. I found the old automatic reels are really cool.

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I started to collect old reels myself. I found the old automatic reels are really cool.

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You'll find a ton of them on e-bay. The auto's haven't tickled my fancy yet.
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Greetings from over the pond!

Here are a few of mine:

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They're mostly English, but there are a few American and Japanese one there as well.

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Fantastic collection Doc.
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Hi Doc,

That is a collection that most of us can only hope to have.

Mojo, I still like your South Bend 1110. That was a real find for your two.

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Doc, all those old Young reels are just gorgeous!
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And a few of mine as well.


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Russ, There are some nice ones there - especially on the lower shelf.

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Thanks Doc, you've got some nice stuff there yourself. Like the way you display them , you get a good look at all the reels. Nice start to your website looking forward to seeing it finished. Russ
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I have just got hold of a Hardy St John in the limited "Spitfire"finish. Are you familiar with this finish?
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