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I am not sure if this is a good price, I have no idea if they are found often, But here it is, for what its worth. All the specks.

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Hi Howard

That's a bit high for that one by about 1000.oo dollars..

Here's a snapshot of it I think Doug has one ,it's a great machine

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I'd agree, Bob. If he had more accessories, I might agree with his price, but for just the basic machine I think he's missed the mark a bit.

Legacy is closing out this series of mills, switching over to CNC ones. They have a bunch of used ones that they have taken in as exchange to get previous customers to upgrade. If you're wanting a second hand mill, you might want to shoot them an email directly to see if they can set you up with one.

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Ok 1 I didn't have a clue as far as the worth, or price. Better to have posted it, that to find out later that it was a low price!

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this model was sold for over $4500 new back in '05. Without the router and bits. With the Drive Motor and skirts.
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Very interested in you Legacy, Will you call me? Jack 1931-593-2179 [email protected]
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Did you ever sell your Legacy 1800? If not, is it still for sale?

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Hi;

Being disabled I have found that these types of mills is about all I can do. My question is have you still got this mill? and if so, is it still for sale and how much are you willing to take for it?

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Welcome to the forum Begat and Dave. At the top left corner of each post is the date it was made. The original post for that machine was August of 2010, over 4 years ago. It is unlikely that it is still available.

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Being disabled I have found that these types of mills is about all I can do. My question is have you still got this mill? and if so, is it still for sale and how much are you willing to take for it?

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Hello Dave,

I just saw your post as I was looking to sell my legacy 1800. I have most of the options available (ie. Reverse, all indexers, pattern attachment, all gear multipliers) except the motor drive. I have a dc motor with a drive controller that I was going to add but it's not a legacy drive motor.. I've used the machine several times and you can make columns up to 8' long on this model. I live in Edwardsville, il and would like to sell it and the motor for 3500 obo. I paid 6500 new. Please let me know if you are interested.

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