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This is a complete router setup consisting of a Stanley router (H258-A) which fits into various accessories:

-- Stanley H258-A router with GA-H279 router base with GA-H280-A router guide -- $85

-- Stanley GA-H285-A plane attachment with GA-H258 arbor -- $45

-- Stanley GA-H286-A plane cutter sharpener -- $25

-- Stanley 82918 veneer trim kit including router bit -- $45

Everything is in very good condition, kept in a dry basement with no rust or corrosion and comes complete with instruction manuals for each item and a book "Operation of the Modern Router" on using the router for various operations.

$150 for all.

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Hello. What year is your router? and how much to ship to Canada, postal code- L0E 1E0?
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It belonged to my father, it's from the 80's. Send my your e-mail address and I'll give you the shipping cost. Are you interested in just the router or the whole package?

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It might be late 70's -- it hasn't been used at all since then. Everything works, of course.
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Is there some SLIGHT chance that you still have this?
What I am looking for is copies of the manuals. I was given a PWER-KRAFT TEB-8548 Builders Kit by my father-in-law, but it has no manuals.
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