Last edited by E Pericoloso Sporgersi; 01-02-2013 at 04:21 AM.
It's the starting handle for a car. And yes, you do need to let go in good time to avoid being injured when the engine kicks back!Originally Posted by E Pericoloso Sporgersi
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EDIT. The starting handle for an engine.
Last edited by Richard Brown; 01-02-2013 at 04:43 AM.
Richard, if your answer to the challenge about the handle is correct, I won't be able to monitor a challenge of my own at this time. In that case the challenge is open.
I was going to say an old pencil sharpener, but the length of the crank makes me think there is more torque than needed for that. An old time apple corer?
Roy Rob - Niagara-on-the-Lake
Is it the handle of a coffee grinder?
No and no.Originally Posted by scifan57
It does grind though.
And you still need to stop in a timely fashion ...
Vintage meat grinder?