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CRAFTSMAN HELPED RESTORE THE STATUE OF LIBERTY. WE ALSO DO PROJECTS THAT COST $230 MILLION LESS.
In 1981, a special committee assessed the condition of the Statue of Liberty. What they found was not encouraging. After greeting visitors to our nation's shore for more than ninety-five years, iron oxidation had leaked through the exterior seams and had run down the surface. Inside, corrosion had gnawed away at the iron framework. In fact, the statue's torch could no longer safely support the weight of tourists and had to be closed. But after five years of meticulous renovation by a team of specialized iron and metal workers from France and the United States who worked long hours with the help of Craftsman® Where else?3" tools, our country welcomed back the Lady who had welcomed so many.
birthday. Now while you may not be faced with such a demanding project, you may still find
that the Craftsman The Mini-TDrill. It's
small, but can take on a job
Professional Mini-T of just about any size.
Drill fits the bill. It's small and lightweight and goes places other drills can't. Like in between studs, behind refrigerators and under decks. That's because we put a 3.2 amp motor in its handle, reducing the profile to a measly 4.75 inches. And the handle is built with a no-slip vibration-dampening cushion. So drill into copper, steel or any other tough material, if you want. The Mini-T Drill's up for it. Craftsman—available at Sears, Sears Hardware Stores and online at craftsman.com. Since 1927, we've been helping Americans get the job done
Poetically, it was July 4th, 1986—her centennial right. No matter what size the project may be.
MAKES ANYTHING POSSIBLE*
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