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    Hazet

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    New Hazet Assistant, couldn't find an old one so had to revert to new.
    1968 911T R.O.W. / 68S engine.

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    And you're using it for shoes? (Sorry; thought they were women's shoes.)





    A proper Hazet Assistant should NEVER, EVER be that clean.
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    Courtesy of Revive'm Auto Restorations (the lower shelf assesory is in school now)
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    Well, we can't match that, Ivan :-)

    Frank, there's nothing wrong with a clean tool cart or cabinet. Yours actually looks pretty clean too.
    I've managed not to abuse mine for 20+ years.

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    Fantastic Ivan!
    The silly, over-protective baby lobby would have a field day with this. Very Hazedous! Where's the rubber moulding that's supposed to be on the sharp edges?


    Jon,
    I suspect your shop and work area are immaculate. Nice trolley.

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    Did this post get moderated? It looks different?

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    Jon,
    Obvious what your vice is but please tell us about your vise.

    That photo is hypnotic; besides the mainshaft nut socket my eyes always go to that vise. Sweeeet.

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    Frank, that's a Fowler vise from the 1970s, made in Poland.
    The jaws are 150mm (6") across.

    That long socket on the floor is for a pinion nut on a big 70s Hewland transmission.

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    Current price on Amazon = $2,935.81. Well, at least the shipping is free... :-)

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    1966 911 Coupe - Slate Grey - 304598

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    Hazet Assistent

    The 908's of Reinhold Joest and Christian Poirot in the Porsche garage at Le Mans, 1972.
    Among other things of interest, a Hazet Assisent in the lower RH corner.



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