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Maw

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Emil Paidar antique barber chair, needs full restoration. Cream and chrome ceramic base. Guessing 1940's vintage. Disassembled but would look like the picture below. I'm assuming all the parts are there but can't be absolutely sure. Was going to refurbish it and use as a chair in the Havasu game room but I've been tripping over it for seven or so years and know I'll never get around to it. $100.00 , located in Huntington Beach.

Edit : A member came and looked at it, found a bracket missing on the mechanism that is operated by the handle at the base.

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Approximately how many pieces is it in?
 

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Maybe 10 or so. Some sections are loosely bolted together with adjoining sections. The chromed parts aren't much worse than the picture, the upholstered parts look like wolves fought over them The ceramic base just needs to be washed.
 

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How heavy is it?
could one guy lift the pieces on his own?
 
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Try Daryl the owner at "In the game" barber shop in huntington beach on warner ave a call. He has a handful of old chairs, maybe he could use another. Plus he's local. I just dont know if you can get ahold of him with corona shutting him down and all.
 
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One of my old roommates had 2 of them. They were set up in the garage. They were heavy as hell as I remember.

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Emil Paidar antique barber chair, needs full restoration. Cream and chrome ceramic base. Guessing 1940's vintage. Disassembled but would look like the picture below. I'm assuming all the parts are there but can't be absolutely sure. Was going to refurbish it and use as a chair in the Havasu game room but I've been tripping over it for seven or so years and know I'll never get around to it. $100.00 , located in Huntington Beach.

Edit : A member came and looked at it, found a bracket missing on the mechanism that is operated by the handle at the base.

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is it still available?
 

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is it still available?
Yes it is, it's pretty much broken down so it's easy to lift. If you PM me your cell phone number or an email address I can take a few pics and send them to you.
 
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