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Old 08-15-2012, 10:06 PM
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Default Ferno & Ferno Washington skeleton/casket racks

1 two-piece Ferno and 2 Ferno Washington skeleton racks. Ferno Manufacturing Co. acquired The Washington Mortuary Supply Co. in late '60 but didn't start using Ferno Washington until '63. This means Ferno rack shown is correct sometime up to '62 and the Ferno Washington racks '63 and up. I am keeping one of the Ferno Washingtons and have not yet decided which (probably earlier serial number). If someone (Steve Loftin?) can pinpoint vintages more precisely, I'd appreciate it.










$425 Ferno w/ bier pins, $375 without. $400 on Ferno Washington. Each plus shipping.
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Still available and free delivery to Flint meet has been arranged.
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Default '72 Pontiac Superior

Which one would fit in my '72? Should I measure the floor bolt spacing?

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Old 12-05-2013, 09:13 PM
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Please do Terry. I've acquired a couple more skeleton racks not posted and am up to 6(!).
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