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Revolutionary New Power Tools
You never know what’s going to show up in the mail at FARM SHOW’s world headquarters here in beautiful downtown Lakeville, Minn. The other day we got our first look at a revolutionary new breed of power tools with internal combustion drive mechanisms.
  Designed and built by Gene Talbott and his 9-year-old grandson, Brayden, the amazing tools include an “internal combustion” hacksaw and two types of electric-driven hammers with hinged heads.
  The “single cylinder” tools have externally-mounted spark plugs that make maintenance a breeze. They’re also self-lubricating and easy on the ears, running at an incredible zero decibels.
  “We’ve been told by our patent attorneys that the market potential for these tools is astronomical,” says Talbott, adding that if readers send him and his grandson each $10,000, they can get one “free” power tool and a share of stock in the new company, which might be formed someday.
  Just send your money to: Power Tool Boondoggle, Gene & Brayden Talbott, Potomac, Ill.

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2020 - Volume #44, Issue #2