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I just bought a porter cable model #100-m motor-heavy duty 115 v 6.5 amp.-serial #[60311] router and was wandering its age.Is there some where I can get this info.It is an all metal tool
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G'day Kim, welcome to the forum.

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I'm pretty sure the Pilgrims used one like that...
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Hey, Kim; welcome!
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Hi Kim, model 100 was first produced in 1940's and apparently still produced. See this link under the war effort section
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Welcome to the forum Kim.

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Sorry I can't help , but welcome to the forum Kim . God how I wish I lived around where you do . I can't take another canadian winter

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Kim ,welcome to Router Forums, glad to have you join us, I'm positive the members of the community would be more than willing to answer any questions you have

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