old Lincoln welder questions?

veldmeister1October 22, 2005

Hi all, I am new here, and recently acquired an old Lincolnweld 60. 110 volt welder. Says model H on it. It was my late father-in-laws. Very small, about the size of a basketball, very heavy too. I'm guessing it's from the 50's or 60's.

What I am wondering is, does it have value as a collectable, or as a useful item? I did the requisite searches on google and ebay, nothing. So I do know it is rare, but maybe not desirable or worth messin' with. Thanks for any input. Erik

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So it's not very practical. Makes sense. Does it have value otherwise just because it may be rare? Thanks for the opinion.

    Bookmark   October 27, 2005 at 10:01AM
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