HARDY Spinning Reels for Sale

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john elder
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HARDY Spinning Reels for Sale

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ORCAn Ron Lewis has the following Hardy spinning reels looking for new homes. If interested in any or all of these, you can contact him through the member directory or email/PM me and i will put you in touch for further details and pics:

Mark I (duck foot)
Mark II (reverse duck foot) rt hand
Altex I Mark II (rt hand)
Altex 1 Mark ll (left hand)
Altex 1 Mark lll
Altex I Mark IV
Altex I Mark V (damage)
Altex I Mark V (good)
Altex II Mark II
Altex ll Mark ll (finger pickup)
Altex II Mark IIIl (sil)
Altex II Mark IIII (blk)
Altex II Mark V
Altex III Mark III (pre 1937, saddle ft
attachment), bail
Altex lll Mark lll (same but w/o bail,
finger pick-up)8
Altex lll Mark lV
Altex lll Mark V (rt hand)
Altex lll Mark V (left hand) (2)
Altex lll Mark V (no anti rev selector)
Hardex I Mark I
Hardex I Mark II
Hardex I Mark III
Hardex I Mark IIII
Hardex II Mark I
Hardex II Mark II (2)
Exalta Mark I
Exalta Mark II
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Specializing in saltwater reels...and fly reels...and oh, yeah, kentucky style reels.....and those tiny little RP reels.....oh, heck...i collect fishing reels!...and fly rods....and lures
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Re: HARDY Spinning Reels for Sale

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This looks like a very thorough collection of these fine reels.
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Re: HARDY Spinning Reels for Sale

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:bow: I'm speechless. :shock:
Love those Open Face Spinning Reels! (Especially ABU & ABU/Zebco)

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Re: HARDY Spinning Reels for Sale

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Before those reels all go to good homes it sure would be interesting to see an article for the Reel News about how one could pull together such a nice collection of spinning reels; which models are the toughest to find; which models might have been short-lived from the Hardy factory for whatever reasons; and maybe what American/Italian/German/Spanish/Japanese-made spinning reels Hardy might have been competing against in the marketplace. Just a few random thoughts from a random editor. :type:
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