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Posted on Purchasing new or used cabinet saws.

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#1 posted 02-27-2010 04:53 AM

I am in the same boat and have been watching Craigslist for several weeks, and have found several good saws, but they often go fast if the pricing is right. I did a bunch or research on old saws and the internals of the unisaws are almost the same today as they were when they first came out, so getting parts if something was to break is easier. The PM 66 are in the same boat, but have not been made as long so there are not as many out there. They are both killer saws. I am kicking myself for missing the restored 1947 unisaw with 52 inch beisemeyer for 550.00 a couple weeks ago. Someone got a killer deal. Good luck on finding a saw.

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