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Doug
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I would absolutely fix it up. I wouldn't use it as my primary router, but I would dedicate it to either a flush trim bit or a round over bit. I have usually left my oldest router with a small flush trim bit in it to clean up things without having to change over the bits in my other routers when I'm working on a project. I think it's a great way to keep a memory in your workshop and still have it functional.
 
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