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Sunday, January 17, 2021

Irish Scores a Barnfind.. Low Mileage...

 

 

  We went to pick up a couch the "Boss" purchased from one of her friends. As we were loading 

it I noticed this little baby over in the corner.  Said friend's boyfriend was gonna take it to the dump

for some old lady he was doing construction for.

 I said "No you're not". 

The "Boss" said, "No, YOU'RE not" "We already have too much crap"

Putting on my best Phil imitation, I pulled up my big boy pants and put it in the truck.

It's uncomfortable to sleep in and it's cold in the garage, but I'm managing.

 

Overall,it's in damn good shape and parts are available.

 




 

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The closest I can find right now is these images. Late 1950's to early 1960's vintage












18 comments:

  1. Did that come with rubber baby buggy bumpers? I'll show myself out...
    irontomflint

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  2. Have fun filling it!
    😁
    Frank Fisher

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  3. New ones sell for a fortune; I got a barnfind myself years ago and logged many miles with it. Favorite bit of babyjunk EVER.

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  4. BWAAAAAAAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAAAAAAAA!
    Rubs hands together fiendishly and does best Mr. Burns imitation.
    Yesssssssssss, another convert.
    Nice score there and a good start.

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  5. A two-tone drop top. Maaaann. Perfect for cruzin' the chicks!

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  6. Prams are still available in England. I was going to purchase one for my grandson. Cheapest one I was able to find was well over a grand. Needless to say, it's still in England.

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  7. Prams are still available in England. I was going to purchase one for my grandson. Cheapest one I was able to find was well over a grand. Needless to say, it's still in England.

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  8. The vintage ones can be worth some bucks if restored. Think selling one in the Beacon Hill area would be the place to start.

    Putz

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  9. Nice find. As soon as you get it restored you can gravol for manhood back.

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  10. Yup, my Swedish friends while living in the UK had one of those for the baby. That is a heck of a find, you can probably clean it up a bit and sell if for at least 1K on Ebay.

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  11. Hey Irish;

    Those things are worth bucks, clean it up and flip it and use the money for some gun/car project and the wife can't say nothing since she was against you scarfing it up to begin with it. or you can be magnanimous and let her have some of the money for her use....that would really rub her nose in what a nice and smart guy you are.

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  12. Is there some news you want to share with the rest of us, perhaps? >};o)

    Phil B

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  13. We used to have something similar in our family, except that edition was black.

    Nemo

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  14. Saw LOTS of these in England as a kid back in the '60s, IIRC you could pick up a fairly good used one for about 3 to 5 Pounds used. They weighed a ton (but I was a small kid...).

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  15. Lots of homeless would take that. Haul all your stuff around in one load.

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  16. Where's the motor?

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