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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 12-28-2011, 01:28 PM Thread Starter
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This is my confusion. Just a few pics........stuff does happen here.
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Hey Josh, I know this a router and woodworking forum...NICE LATHE! I have wanted a metal lathe for several years now, but lack of money and know how have held me back, nice shop by the way too!

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Thanks Jack. I probably should have cleaned up a little for the shoot but.....you know how that goes. As far as the lathe I love it. I bought it a few years back from a guy that had worked it for over 33 years in his home. It is a 1955 Southbend. I used to have a fabrication shop that I made anything from tools to winch plates for ships. No more though.
Sorry guys for the metal talk but I do have a passion for anything that is created by hand.
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OMG!!!!!!!!!!! A Delta Sawbuck!!!!!!!!

Mine was stolen out of the back of the truck twenty years ago. Love the open blade...
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Yeah not really the poster child for OSHA but that saw is the killer. I know it is old but so is everything I own. Still going like a champ
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That was state of the art back then. Trimmed a lot of houses with that thing.
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Josh, no way you can call this a redneck shop. No antlers, beer signs or Nascar...

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Mike I did have some horns hanging but I put them on the front of my bike...if that helps
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Welcome Josh, is the heavy bag kickin Your but or just hangin around, mine used to have the ability to whip my arse after a 5 or 6 - 3 minute rounds

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Josh, that South Bend is a classic! Don't see many of them down south anymore. I've been a manual metal machine tech for over 30 years. I almost landed one years back, but I had no room for it. I wish I was working where I am now, I know they would have allowed me to keep it in the shop. Just don't run into them anymore. Just cheep foreign models that are just worn out or not made anymore, thus no parts, when companies are ready to get rid of them.
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