Farewell to a faithful servant by rhoing

Farewell to a faithful servant

Model #315.10490 Craftsman Drill
It’s time. Bought in the early 80’s. Still works, but as you can see, the cord insulation has been repaired and the tool probably is no longer safe. I have a new drill and I really like its power, but I’m not entirely sold on a keyless chuck…

1 year ago (“The Rock”): http://365project.org/rhoing/365/2016-08-14
2 years ago (“An updated version of “Kilroy was here”?”): http://365project.org/rhoing/365/2015-08-14
3 years ago (“So many kinds of skippers!”): http://365project.org/rhoing/365/2014-08-14
4 years ago (“Danaus plexippus (Monarch)”): http://365project.org/rhoing/365/2013-08-14
5 years ago (“7-frame day…”): http://365project.org/rhoing/365/2012-08-14
6 years ago (“I need help!”): http://365project.org/rhoing/365/2011-08-14

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Looks like it has had a good hard life.
September 30th, 2017  
It's a drag when our old standbys bite the dust.
August 25th, 2020  
@marlboromaam Yes and no. The old one had a chuck key one had to keep track of. New electric drills don't require a key and drill bits are available now with a no-slip (hex) shaft. It's like a 10-12 year old car dying: the replacement will have lots of new bells-and-whistles! :)
August 25th, 2020  
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