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Hello all,
Had to go digging in the untouched for years recesses for something and dug out an old ELTO Super 90 arc welder. It's been well over 3 decades since it last saw daylight and I figure it would be a perfect mate to one of those Kel-Arc stitch welders that are so great for the light stuff.
Would anyone have any information on it? I have done a bit of interweb searching but not much has come up.
Attached pictures are from the web, mine doesn't look so pretty.
 

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