Re: vintage drills
Probably the easiest thing would be to contact your local B&D distributor/retailer and talk to them about it. Typically, old tools, especially old cheap tools have no value.
Here's a bit of trivia for you, who was the first cordless drill? It was B&D, but they couldn't sell it, so they repackaged it under their DeWalt label and the rest is history, now every manufacturer has a cordless offering.
Point is, B&D was and is a cheap brand name, hence other than kitch value, the drill isn't worth anything.
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