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Registered: ‎04-09-2012

Ray Do-Nut Machine

I have a ray do-nut machine from I would guess 20's - 40' it makes 14 greaseless donuts.. I was wondering if I should get this restored before I put it up for auction... Does anyone have any information



on these machines that can help.. Thank YOU Ray Do-nut machine

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deepseashadow
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Posts: 7,232
Registered: ‎11-12-2006

Re: Ray Do-Nut Machine

in reply to goldbuyers22


I have a ray do-nut machine from I would guess 20's - 40' it makes 14 greaseless donuts.. I was wondering if I should get this restored before I put it up for auction... Does anyone have any information



on these machines that can help.. Thank YOU Ray Do-nut machine



 


 


clean it up

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thelmasstuff
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Posts: 4,190
Registered: ‎02-24-2006

Re: Ray Do-Nut Machine

in reply to goldbuyers22

Most collectors want things in the original condition.  Once you start polishing, repairing, replacing parts, it's no longer original.  Let it be up to the buyer to decide how they want to display it.


 


I've been in this business for decades, so I feel that I have more experience than some others on this board who may try to tell you that only bright and shiny sells.  Don't fall for it.

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