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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 04-06-2020, 08:58 PM Thread Starter
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My recent move to a smaller garage means I have to get rid of my lathe. Needs a little elbow grease, but overall it's in pretty good shape.
I'm the original owner, purchased it almost 30 years ago I think. I've only turned a handful of projects in that time.
Includes a wooden stand, 6 turning tools, live center, 1/2" drill chuck.
Looking for $250.
Located in Shelby Township, MI
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post #2 of 7 (permalink) Old 04-07-2020, 02:50 AM
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That's a pretty good deal Gerry. I think I paid between $600- 700 for mine about the same time ago.

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Good deal ! ...if you were closer it'd be in the back of my truck...I'm sure it'll go quick...

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Good deal ! ...if you were closer it'd be in the back of my truck...I'm sure it'll go quick...
yur a roader...
head west young man...
MI is about next door to PA...
what are you waiting for...
snag it while you have the chance...
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If only new layers hadn't been added....

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I probably paid $200-$250 for the tools alone. I think the drill chuck was $75-$100.
It's a great deal, but I have to let it go.

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That is a really great deal. If I didn't live in California, I'd sure jump on it. This is for a guy with a truck and I think there are a bunch of them in all directions around the lakes.

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For that price it’d about worth shipping although I doubt you want to crate it up, etc. A CL listing will no doubt bring a buyer if no one here is able to take you up...

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