I was at one time a Snap-On Tools dealer - a long time ago. For years I collected unique items such as these 9/32 nd. drive pieces - not 1/4 or 3/8, but true Snap-On 9/32 drive ratchet M 70-M, speed handle M-44, break over bar M-10-D something, T-handle (knurled) that had the really old - old Snap-On Tools logo from the very beginning, smaller t-handle M-5 and short extension M-2. I have heard these pieces were early world war 1 or 2 items. They, for their age, are in good condition.
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