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Super Atomic Aluminium Recliners

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We recently attended a local antique fair and it was pretty uneventful, except for these two beauties.

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The fabric is so atomic and right down our alley.

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We purchased them from one of the usual sellers we buy from. He said he purchased them from a little old man who used them for a short time when purchased, and then placed them in the rafters until now.

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Overall they are in fantastic condition considering their age. The metal frames could use some cleaning up.

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The cushions need a good scrubbing to freshen them up! We are undecided if we plan to keep them. If we don’t, make sure to check out our shop at Midway Antique Mall.

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They make me want to lay down and sip on some mojitos.

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  1. Those are beautiful – what a find!

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  2. Stunning – IF you decide not to keep let me know and we will drive up! (:

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  3. Ahhhhh! I love them! They would be perfect here in Florida. Hint hint….. 🙂

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  4. My parents had these, grew-up with them. Got them early ’60’s. The vinyl is a bit sticky in the heat so mom made aqua terry covers for them. So comfy with the springs in the cushions.

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  5. We acquired a very similar recliner. It is missing the cushions, but otherwise in great condition. We are in the NY/NJ area and would love to give away for free to Hepcat Restorations or anyone else interested!

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