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Eco 38
#458544 Tue Aug 27 2013 05:06 PM
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Just curious on a fair value. Thank you. Jason

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Re: Eco 38
Oilcanman87 #458556 Tue Aug 27 2013 05:27 PM
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The ECO 38 is from the mid-1930s. If the cast iron is not cracked and everything but the chrome is there, Jack Sim's "Illustrated Guide to Air Meters" gives it a $1200 value with pedestal.


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Re: Eco 38
Oldgas #458568 Tue Aug 27 2013 05:46 PM
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Complete UN-restored is $1200, BUT it's missing the trim so $900-1,000.


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