Give me your adress,let call it a early xmas present!
Harbor freight has them
Harbor Freight has them.
new - http://www.highlandwoodworking.com/spiral-ratcheting-screwdrivers.aspxhttp://www.garrettwade.com/garrettwade-push-drill/p/69P01.01/old - http://www.ebay.com/itm/Vintage-Stanley-Yankee-Handyman-Screwdriver-233HGood-Working-Cond-W-3-Tips-/320800841327?_trksid=m263&_trkparms=algo%3DSIC%26its%3DI%26itu%3DUCI%252BIA%252BUA%252BFICS%252BUFI%26otn%3D21%26pmod%3D160574275272%26ps%3D50
Best tool ever! I have a "Fuller" brand made in Japan that was my Grandpa's. I still use it all the time.
Ha Dave, my younger brother still has MY Dad's, but it won't go in reverse anymore, just forward, and locked.No, I doubt he'll get rid of it, if he did, I'D take it!
My Dad had one too. I nearly sent myself to the E.R. playing with it when I was a kid. Those things are full auto!
Yep they do, although Stanley, who made them in prolific numbers don't seem to any more, you can get them and the bits from a lot of good tool suppliers. If you want a Stanley one you can find new old stock but be quick the collecting Nazis are homing in on them and pushing the prices up.
My dad has one of them. I thought it was so cool. It went right along with the fencing pliers that twisted the wire too.
i have one. where should i ship it to?
My dad had one too. I remember them not working very well
i remember those too. neat tool.
They kind of exist. http://www.garrettwade.com/improved-yankee-style-screwdrivers/p/08C03.01/Yankee Screwdrivers aren't made anymore. Also the bits were specif to each size driver and nearly impossible to find anymore. There are adapters made for the originals to accept 1/4 hex drives now. My Grandad had one ad swore by them! I have an original and love it too.Thanks also for all the stuff you put up on your blog. GREAT STUFF!Mild Mitch
hi, i have one in "facom".
Yes they do exist, and they're damn nifty! A friend of mine has 3 I think. You see 'em at swap meets from time to time.
I've got one, inherited from my old man when he passed. If I come across another I'll grab it for ya.
I have a Yankee, still in the original box. Cool item.
My Dad swears on the Stanley version- went parts hunting for him at my local corner hardware stores- the owner of one store told me the story of an Amish doctor coming down from PA and clearing his entire drawer of Stanley parts and Yankee screwdrivers- all of which had lived in the store for many many years. I guess the Amish still use the shit out of these things.
Dave i might have an extra and im goin ti dave mann ..if i find her i will give to u for a hand shake..
I've got the exact "Yankee Handyman" in the photo. Is that the one you're looking for or just anything of it's kind?
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