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MediaBlackout June 6th, 2018 4:54am

I recently purchased two antique gas canisters for my Jeep Wrangler to use for off roading. Do you currently utilize an antique for something other than decoration?

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PhxLibertarian Republic of Dave
06/06/18 11:47 am

I have my grandfather's large rolling toolbox from the 1930s. I recently inherited it from my dad. It is full of tools, some my grandfather's, just waiting for my son to be old enough to start using them.

RussianThunder Russia and USA
06/06/18 10:42 am

My grandfathers old podstakannik and sterling spoon.

doober72 Vidalia, Ga.
06/06/18 9:18 am

I have a few 30s and 40s era Westinghouse fans that I use regularly. don't get a finger in one, you might not get it back!

Squidboy Snarkapottamus
06/06/18 6:48 am

How safe are those?

EarlyBird Portland
06/06/18 6:42 am

I’ve noticed you don’t have the best luck with driving. Now you put a can of gas on the Jeep while off roading? Be careful.

FarmerManE djent
06/06/18 5:47 am

Still use some of it on the farm 🤣

06/06/18 5:39 am

Yes, and I hate new gas cans. You need 3 hands to use them

shygal47 Florida east coast
06/06/18 5:22 am

I have several antique pieces passed down thru family. The only ones I don’t use on a regular basis are the dishes... all furniture pieces are in use, including the desk my Grandfather bought around 1900. It’s a useful piece. Not just for collecting dust.

06/06/18 1:55 am

I was under the impression that to labeled an "antique" it had to be around 100 years old.

Sentinel Ya ie wa noh
06/05/18 10:21 pm

Yes..... It is often referred to my body.....

orgblu10 Shamerica
06/05/18 10:14 pm

Well, I do use an iPhone 4s.