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Selling my Vintage Sears planer I bought about 4 years ago. Don't use it much, and could use the space. I did a lot of work on it. Replaced the blade spindle bearings and the blades. Took it completely apart to clean and paint. The blades could still use a little tweaking, but worked fine for what i was using it for. Planning the paint off of signs. But I just don't have the room for it. I want and think I'd use a bandsaw more. Just don't have the room for it, until this is gone.

I paid $250 for it, and put another $50. in it. But I will take $200. or best offer. Shipping is all on you, unless you live in the New Orleans, La. I could deliver!! Stand comes with it. 1st pic is when I got it. 2nd & 3rd pics is rebuilding it. And last pic is it finished, waiting to be remounted on stand. Which it is now.
 

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Nice rehab job, Lee. The yellow really makes it look user friendly. Are blades still available for it?
 

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Nice rehab job, Lee. The yellow really makes it look user friendly. Are blades still available for it?
Those are resharpenable blades, look like they are close to 1/4" thick. Nice refurbish, well worth the money in my mind. I bet if you listed it on craigs list it would be gone in no time.
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What size is it? and hp of the motor?
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I recognize the style but I can’t remember who actually made it. It might have been Belsaw or Hussey and Williams both of whom made decent machinery.
 
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