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    Hobart mixer

    http://www.mixedupjake.com/index.cfm

    These are way cool. I'm ready to start digging around restaurant supplies for an old Hobart and trick it out myself.
    Tom Gray, Seagrove, NC

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    You read my mind. I was just thinking about this yesterday, even to the point of looking into training to service Hobarts. There is a good market for the older Kitchen Aids that were made by Hobart too.

    I thought this one was cool looking.



    Maybe I have been watching too much American Restoration.

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    Yep, that one is on the site too, and is my favorite. My son and I collect woody wagon replicas, hula dolls, etc, and this one would be pretty darn sweet sitting on my kitchen counter. Maybe with a hula girl riding on top :-)
    Tom Gray, Seagrove, NC

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    just go to a restaurant going out of business or auction often times if you work at a place that's been around for years they have a old mixer in storage I seen this many times.

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    I love the P-40 versions!
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    Tom let me know if you run across a nice cheap hobart you don't need. I am on The lookout myself. Haven't seen that site looks cool.

    Jared

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    Quote Originally Posted by rahimlee54 View Post
    Tom let me know if you run across a nice cheap hobart you don't need. I am on The lookout myself. Haven't seen that site looks cool.

    Jared
    will do Jared. we need to keep our eyes open on hwy 64 I guess :-)
    Tom Gray, Seagrove, NC

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    anybody ever paint their mixer?.....i got one in need of a serious paint job.....any advice?....ryan

    p.s.-those r soe seriously cool mixers....ryan
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    viva la revolucion !

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    Talk to your local body shop guy. A little advice, some tape, paint and a spray gun, and no telling what you come up with. Decals are available, but they're just not kool enough.
    Tom Gray, Seagrove, NC

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    Quote Originally Posted by rahimlee54 View Post
    Tom let me know if you run across a nice cheap hobart you don't need.
    What exactly would be "cheap" for one of these guys. Seems like even a good deal on one could be a serious chuck o' change.

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