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    Does anyone know what this is for?



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    Is this a test?
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    It's a left hand version of one of these.



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    Sir John , Earl of Bligeport & Sudspumpwater. MBE [ Motor Bike Engineer ] Nottingham England.




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    LOL... You guys.

    Looks like a motor with an adjustable belt tension mount. (Like those found on drill presses.) The front motor mount and the shaft is missing though.

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    It is a genuine dohickey doodad gizmo thingmajig whatchamacallit.

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    Well, whatever they are the two of them make a set and have to be worth a whole lot more

    Ken
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    Gee, havn't seen one of those for years, they really work great!!

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    If you had the other two, you'd have a full set of three!

    Doc.
    Doc's Machine. (Probably not what you expect.)

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    Mark 2 antigrav generator, not worth a whole lot since the mark 3 came out last month...

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    It's just a little hard disk motor. When I say little, I mean little:



    1979 IBM RLL Hard disk
    Size: 12" x 12" x 20" 50 pounds.
    Capacity: 64.5 MB.

    And here is today....

    2004 Hitachi SATA Hard disk
    Size: 3.5" x 5" x 1" 30oz
    Capacity: 400 GB

    One of these drives is over 100 times faster, and is equivalent to a stack of the IBM drives 79 feet high by 79 feet wide:



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