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Blog entry by Mike posted 1740 days ago 5144 reads 0 times favorited 5 comments Add to Favorites Watch

I have an old Craftsman Vintage Table Saw, with Cast Iron Top, any ideas on how much it would be worth?
I need the space that is why I am thinking of selling it.

-- Mike, VT



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SteveMI

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#1 posted 1740 days ago

I just bought a 113 (Emerson) model for $85 on Craigslist two months ago. Came with better (craftsman) fence and some accessories.

Steve.

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JoeButler

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#2 posted 1740 days ago

Not to be a smarta$$, but as the old saying goes, it’s only worth what someone is willing to pay for it. It would be hard to tell you that it’s worth $xxx, since it might differ in your location. I would suggest going on Craigslist and doing a search. That should show you what comparable saws are going for.

I picked up an used cast iron top belt drive Craftsman in my area (Atlanta, Ga) for around $135 last year. It replaced a Craftsman aluminum top direct drive one that I purchased new for $165 (and sold for $80). I loved the aluminum one (it had a better fence), but it was just too light. Too easy to tip over. That cast iron one DOESN’T move! LOL

Joe

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#3 posted 1740 days ago

They don’t bring much in my area either $65 – $ 125

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#4 posted 1739 days ago

Thanks…...

-- Mike, VT

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#5 posted 1739 days ago

I’ve got an old Craftsman 113 (about 1985-6) that I got new. I completely re-built it a few years ago with new outfeed tables left and right, and a new Delta fence and rail system. Had it this way for several years now. A friend of mine offered me $225 for it. I wouldn’t sell it cause I use it to cut dados and rabbets with, and keep my UniSaw open for other work. It’s like Joe said, whatever someone is willing to pay.

-- " I started with nothing, and I've still got most of it left".......

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