Thanks everyone. When I stopped in the antique store I honestly had no idea what I was looking for outside of a DE razor. I read a little about the adjustable ones while I was looking on Amazon. I also found some good articles on what to look for when buying a vintage razor. The razors in this antique mall were all priced around the same ($30-$40) I just picked this one as it looked the best and was adjustable. With my limited Internet education, I knew more about them then the salesperson did. Thanks for confirming that I've got the right tools to kick off this adventure. Now I just need to get my technique in order. I sent my dad a pic of the razor and he said he used that one or one like it. He's sold on the cart. razors, so I'm not sure I'll be able to convert him. However with a 4 yr old son and another one on the way, I will hopefully be able to pass is down at some point. I'll post an update of my first shave when/if my blades come in tomorrow. Thanks again for the tips.