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    Great post and mr drinky came to mind. Glad he is reinvigorated on it. Would like one one day....
    They are very cool!

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    Not to be confused with Dayton-Wright co which made Dehaviland airplanes
    BLESS THE VETS.

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    Shots of Victor Churchill shop within the past few years I think. The butcher shop has been around for a long time, but the renovated gallery is recent, modelled after french butchery, IIRC. It's a fancy meat art gallery here in Sydney.

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    The Beverly Hills Cheese Store has a Berkel in top condition to slice prochuto (yes, I cannot spell) it was a hand crank beauty that sliced wicked thin pieces.

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    Another awesome post Steeley!

    You really should have a sub-forum for all of your posts in the Media Section so all of your efforts are in one place for easy access for all to enjoy. Cheers! mpp
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    Quote Originally Posted by mpukas View Post
    Another awesome post Steeley!

    You really should have a sub-forum for all of your posts in the Media Section so all of your efforts are in one place for easy access for all to enjoy. Cheers! mpp
    A big + 1 to that.

    It needs to be called something like:

    ~G.S. STEELY'S WONDERPORIUM OF OLDE-TIMEY AWESOME~

    The "G.S. " is for Google San

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    Quote Originally Posted by Justin0505 View Post
    A big + 1 to that.

    It needs to be called something like:

    ~G.S. STEELY'S WONDERPORIUM OF OLDE-TIMEY AWESOME~
    +1

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    Quote Originally Posted by mpukas View Post
    Another awesome post Steeley!

    You really should have a sub-forum for all of your posts in the Media Section so all of your efforts are in one place for easy access for all to enjoy. Cheers! mpp


    This is a great idea.

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    Stop it , just glade you gent's enjoy it .

    Now back to old timey stuff
    a very good site for Berkel refurbushied
    http://twbs.de/en/

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    Those are just incredibly beautiful machines. I couldnt find a price anywhere for restored vintage Berkel's, but I'm guessing it's one of those "if you have to ask then..." situations. I saw some new "hand powered / flywheel" slicers for in the $8k so I can't even guess the multiplier for something beautifully restored.

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