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Old June 16, 2011, 11:28 PM   #9
Ideal Tool
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Hello, Shootin Chef. Your lucky it moves ok. You could disassemble everything & use either Naval Jelly like dahermit said. You could clamp round parts in padded vise & use wetor dry paper in a "shoe shine" fashon to polish up..there will probably be pitting with that amount of rust. You could take it to a shop & have it bead blasted with fine glass "balls" this will give metal a fine matt finish & pits will be less noticiable. If you really are ambitious, plug up all holes in casting, & have it sandblasted & repaint with a crinkle type automotive paint..I did this with an old C-H 0 frame & let it set in hot sun after painting..turned out like new. Good luck!
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