Went to the Sparks, KS flea market today. We hadn't been in about 5/6 years. Really too big for an cripple like me to walk but I pushed on. Had a blast even though there were 8 inch long knife blades sticking in my heels with every step.
Doubled up on the pain meds tonight.
Found several treasures, none of which I really needed but this one is my favorite.
Guide Tractor Lens
Lens is just over 7 inches across with the outside of the trim ring just shy of 8 inches. This would be from a tractor of the 1930s. Sure wish the guy had a mate. Took the lens off to look inside. I don't think this thing was ever outside. The silver [should be real silver being this old - not sure when chrome came about] is almost flawless. Picture is after only a "light" Windex cleaning. [pun intended]
Cost me a whopping $7. I didn't try to work him down any. Felt a lil guilty as it was.
Had to turn the flash off for the last pic. That pic was taken much later and the glare was off the charts!
Edited by Gtractor, September 03, 2016 - 10:10 PM.