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St. Vinnie smiles upon me

by | Mar 11, 2016 | Uncategorized | 6 comments

As explained on The Typewriter Database, this Brother design is designated as type JP-7 and was introduced in 1975. The one I found dates from 1977.
I’ve found that Armor All wipes are a convenient way to get a good shine on plastic or paint. 
The stuff does take a while to dry.
Now the Kmart is ready to speak to someone else. Its companion at The Urban Legend Institute, the Olympia SM9 in the background, also dates from 1977.

6 Comments

  1. Ted

    Heh, I passed up a Sears branded JP7 last year for $8. I was actually impressed with the heft and touch, but the late-70's Sears brands are sin ugly.

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  2. Bill M

    Nice typewriter. I hope it makes a typist happy.

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  3. Mark

    I can see how the color would attract people. I quite like it myself. Nice find.

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