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  • cope
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    Originally posted by Capt-Ron
    After looking at the pictures of this welder I realized that I bought an Airco about 5 years ago from a thrift shop for $50 that is a dead ringer except that it was yellow. Don't know if it was built by Miller for Airco or by Airco for Miller.
    I gave it to my brother about a year and a half ago and he is still using it.

    Capt Ron
    Boilt by Miller for Airco. Miller made a lot of equipment for Airco in their time.

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  • Capt-Ron
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    After looking at the pictures of this welder I realized that I bought an Airco about 5 years ago from a thrift shop for $50 that is a dead ringer except that it was yellow. Don't know if it was built by Miller for Airco or by Airco for Miller.
    I gave it to my brother about a year and a half ago and he is still using it.

    Capt Ron

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  • Kevin
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    osumecheng,

    Tooldude is correct your machine was built in the second half of 1962. The M-180 is very similar to the current Miller Thunderbolt, just a basic stick welder.

    Kevin

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  • storts
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    Originally posted by osumecheng
    I have an old miller stick welder that I was wondering how old it was. I posted a couple of pics and I also have the serial number. It is L240144. I just thought I would see if anyone knew anything about it.
    Morning, I had the twin, and it came with the co. I bought 27 years ago,and it was old then, ran 1/8 jet,great, When i sold my commercial building, I sold alot of some of the older equip, I could not get 50 bucks for it, ending up cutting it apart, and scrapping the copper, made about 125 bucks in scrap, Jack

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  • tooldude56
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    I beleive it is a 1962,according to the Miller serial number chart on their website.

    tooldude56

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    Old Miller Welder

    I have an old miller stick welder that I was wondering how old it was. I posted a couple of pics and I also have the serial number. It is L240144. I just thought I would see if anyone knew anything about it.
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