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WOODMASTER NEW machine
I bought this new for $6,500 and never used it because I got sick. I must sell to pay Dr. Bills.

This is a new machine with most of the attachments still in their plastic wrapping. Cost me new over $6,500. Pro Pac cost $920, Router/Sander attachment cost me extra, Magnetic Starter Switch cost me extra, Extension Table cost me extra, Trim set Molding knives cost me an extra $527, Stand with casters cost me extra, 28 in bar. Planer knives cost me extra, Sanding drum and paper cost me extra, Gang Rip Saw cost me extra. Now you can have a NEW machine for less than half of what I paid.
Start you own Molding business!
See pictures at KSL classified Salt Lake or Craigslist Salt Lake.
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WOODMASTER NEW machine
I bought this new for $6,500 and never used it because I got sick. I must sell to pay Dr. Bills.

This is a new machine with most of the attachments still in their plastic wrapping. Cost me new over $6,500. Pro Pac cost $920, Router/Sander attachment cost me extra, Magnetic Starter Switch cost me extra, Extension Table cost me extra, Trim set Molding knives cost me an extra $527, Stand with casters cost me extra, 28 in bar. Planer knives cost me extra, Sanding drum and paper cost me extra, Gang Rip Saw cost me extra. Now you can have a NEW machine for less than half of what I paid.
Start you own Molding business!
See pictures at KSL classified Salt Lake or Craigslist Salt Lake.
do u still have ur wood master
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WOODMASTER NEW machine
I bought this new for $6,500 and never used it because I got sick. I must sell to pay Dr. Bills.

This is a new machine with most of the attachments still in their plastic wrapping. Cost me new over $6,500. Pro Pac cost $920, Router/Sander attachment cost me extra, Magnetic Starter Switch cost me extra, Extension Table cost me extra, Trim set Molding knives cost me an extra $527, Stand with casters cost me extra, 28 in bar. Planer knives cost me extra, Sanding drum and paper cost me extra, Gang Rip Saw cost me extra. Now you can have a NEW machine for less than half of what I paid.
Start you own Molding business!
See pictures at KSL classified Salt Lake or Craigslist Salt Lake.
What is asking price?

Thanks, Darrell Louden
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