Old vault door probably 1950s vintage with sergeants and greenleaf dial lock. Solid steel construction and concrete filled with a 2 hour fire rating. Door still seals up tight for security and fire protection. Has a safety release for exiting the vault from the inside. The lock mechanism is still working and rotates but probably should be lubricated. The tumblers sound like they are in good shape but the combo is unknown. I would recommend having a locksmith service the lock and reset the combo.
For being 60 years old the door is in great shape. The door bearings look good no rust or corrosion. The only downside is that it has about 8 layers of paint on it but under it the metal is still shiny and new. There is some kind of a label under the paint that you can see. Not sure if it can be saved. We had a locksmith look at it and he said it was an old mosler door but I cant find any markings to confirm that. It was installed with a C channel frame around the door that can be removed or framed or welded in to hold the door in place.
The frame and door have been removed and are on a ground level floor of an office. The door and the frame are heavy.. Like really heavy. I have an engine hoist here and can load door and frame into the back of a truck or trailer.
I would consider delivery, if you had a way to unload it, for an additional fee. Price will be dependent on distance but would be in the hundreds of dollars range.
Dimensions Door is 36x80x6 and the frame is 45x85
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Tornado season is here could make an awesome door for a tornado shelter that doubles as a gun vault or just a gun vault. This is a high quality door not like some on the market today made out of drywall and thin steel. Lots of steel on the door and frame and the door is filled with concrete.
$1000 or best offer [img]http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v310/Falenseraf/20160331_155315_zpsk5ldnfm7.jpg