Discussion in 'Safety Razors' started by smitty1971, Aug 4, 2019.
Awesome find! What date code?
thats a wild find sir..
That's got to be a first. Tell us the story!
s1 1972 I believe,the case is a little rough from living in a car trunk for years but I don't think the razor itself has ever been used by the looks of it
recently picked up a 67 caddy barn find been sitting in this garage for a couple of decades,came across this while cleaning all the crap out of the trunk figured I would give this neat little piece a try
A '67 Caddy and a '72 black beauty. Two classics for the price of one. What a great day that must have been.
Now we just need a picture of the Caddy
here ya go
I'm just curious about the blades as the razor. Anybody know which type of Wilkinson that would have been from that era?
Now that’s a car!
Great story! Beautiful 67 Caddie.
Wow, the last time I got a razor all it came with was a free package of blades.
We had (My father), a 1968 fleetwood, dark pine green. My favorite car we ever owned.
Just think how many razor blades that you could make with that Classic American Iron. That's a beautiful car. Try to find some Spoilers for your Black Beauty.
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Really nice car. My friend had a two door caddy of similar vintage. We grew up together and driving around in that thing was amazing. So smooth. Built like a tank. He went to school in Rochester and I went to school in Buffalo. So we did lots of road trips back and forth to Long Island. If I had the money to build a little collection of vintage cars, that two door would be one I'd love to have. Drive it well. Nice find. The razor too.
I want a 62 caddy like the one from the forever knight tv show not the 59 from the original pilot episode with rick springfield. Although that one was cool also !!! On second thought i might like both !!!!!##
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