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    Default My first Gillete adjustable

    I bought these gillette adjustable a couple of months ago. I have cleand it and got it nickel plated again.
    It is my first restoration.











    I would be happy about any coments.

    PS. Sory for my english

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    The end result looks very good to me. Did you do it yourself or did you send it out for plating?

    Bob
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    No i got it done in a local workshop for 15€

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    Quote Originally Posted by caus24 View Post
    No i got it done in a local workshop for 15€
    Now that sounds like a good price for that kind of work, congratulations.

    Bob
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    Quote Originally Posted by BobH View Post
    Now that sounds like a good price for that kind of work, congratulations.

    Bob
    Great job there guy. I love the Gillette adjustables
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    Sweet! I love my Slim!
    Bob

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    Well done. Just needs a dab of paint for the numbers and you will be good to go.
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