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Old February 11th   #1
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Old Tools Worth Keeping?

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I have several car part tools that used to be my father's. He had a '68 GTO that he restored. (Sadly, my mom sold it....) I'm not exactly sure, if the tools are any good. The moderator for Huntsville Car Scene.com, recommended I post here. Might anyone be able to say if the tools are worth keeping, selling, or just tossing? The tools include:

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Old February 13th   #2
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If you are NEVER going to work on cars then sell them.. But if you think you might want to get into or stay in this car hobby NEVER EVER SELL YOUR TOOLS. I have some hand tools that are over 100 years old.................. Just to add something 20 years from now maybe you might wish you would have saved some of your daddy's tools / belongings.
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Thanks for the reply. Not really sure if I'll be getting into this hobby, or not. (Right now, it is not likely.) The big thing is space for me right now. Moving and need to get rid of too much stuff. Thank you again.
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I buy old oil cans, wax cans, etc.....
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I buy old oil cans, wax cans, etc.....
Don't have any of those. Might you be interested in any of the above stuff?
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Old February 14th   #6
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I agree with Bobby. Never sell a tool. I have sold or given away nearly everything I have owned at one time or the other but have never gotten rid of a tool. I have all my dad's old tools and even have some my grandmother used to have.
Surely those things don't take up that much space.
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