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Vintage Parts Cabinet

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This super cool old parts cabinet has beautiful orange drawer fronts with cream graphics and a black housing. Each drawer has dividers, separating it into 20 compartments. The top has a small dent, which makes the top drawer stick a little bit, but it's still easy to slide in and out. It has some minor rust, and white paint splatter on the front, but over-all it's in great condition.

Measures 10 1/2" high, 11 1/4" wide, and 9 5/16" deep.

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COMPANY HISTORY

Imperial® – More than 100 Years of Excellence
The industrial age was just shifting into high gear in 1905 when four men got together to form The Imperial Brass Manufacturing Company (“Imperial”). The company began its development featuring a line of automotive and boat brass specialties. In the ensuing years, Imperial became known as “expert specialists in brass”.

Their design of the non-soldering fitting, known today as the flared fitting, led designers to the development of flaring tools and cutters. Imperial patented the first flaring tool in 1917. Over the years, the product list grew, including tube fittings, shut-off valves, drain cocks, tube working tools, refrigeration and air conditioning products, plumbing products, fuel strainers and equipment for welding, cutting, soldering and brazing.

Following the 1961 merger with Eastman Manufacturing Company of Manitowoc, Wisconsin, Imperial became Imperial Eastman, and entered into a period of aggressive and dynamic growth establishing them as a technological leader in the fluid connector field. As a result of Imperial Eastman’s success in the domestic market, company-owned operations and joint ventures in the United Kingdom, Japan, Australia, Mexico, Brazil and Germany were established to grow international markets.

In September of 1996 Stride Tool Inc. purchased the tools and accessories division of Imperial Eastman, bringing the Imperial tradition of innovation and excellence to Stride.

Vintage Parts Cabinet

Overview

  • Vintage item
  • Materials: steel, metal, vintage parts cabinet, hardware, metal cabinet, vintage, orange cabinet, tool chest, storage, cabinet, chest, graphics
  • Only ships within United States.
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