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    Park tool logo. How old is this?

    The shop I used to work at was cleaning out the basement and I came across an old Park tool display. It was about 3 feet high and 2'x2' square. There was a pole in the middle with this sign on it, so I asked if I could have it. Notice that it's kinda like a peace sign in the middle and park is written in an older cursive type writing. It's a metal sign with big white stickers on both sides. Though I wouldn't think it's worth much, I thought it looked pretty cool and it's in mint condition considering it was in the basement for a while. Any info is appreciated. Thanks, Fahn Park tool logo. How old is this?-20131228_203117-1.jpg

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    Nice find! I would email the picture to Park Tool and see if they can date it. Might turn out to be valuable to them. Offer to trade for one piece of every tool they make.

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    Mid 80s or earlier. I have a crank arm puller I bought around 1985 that has that logo on it.

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    Here's Parks response :

    Good Morning Rob,Nice find and Very cool!I think it is from the late eighties/early nineties.Thank you for sharing it with us,Marc
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    Now the OP hears a knock at the door...

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