|Forum topic by marc_rosen||posted 11-18-2009 05:05 AM||1697 views||0 times favorited||2 replies|
11-18-2009 05:05 AM
Garage Woodworking tool sale Saturday November 21 2009 9AM until 3PM Rain or Shine Cash only, no shipping.
Address is 4109 Church Road Millers MD 21102
Contact info by email only
1949 Delta 6×48 belt sander Great Cond. All original parts $375 (SN 80-5130)
1952 Delta 6×48 belt sander Fair Cond (shortened stand, some unoriginal knobs, Dayton motor) $175 (SN 104-4391)
1974 6×48 belt sander Very Good , Dayton motor $375 (SN GI 9588)
1987 6×48 belt sander Frame and lower pulley/ wheel assembly on closed stand, no motor. Shaft spins freely pulley and wheel good, but otherwise it’s a junker. $50 (SN 87C-04392) (will sell with ’52 sander for $200)
1955 Rockwell Delta 1460(SN 115-5414) lathe fitted with new 3 inch solid tables (originals also available) and a 1.5hp Dayton variable speed DC motor (230VAC feed)
1963 Unisaw (SN DA 2114) missing plinth, handwheels, splitter, other parts. What is left is cabinet, all trunions and mechanical parts, table and two wings (great cond, just surface rust. Jetlock fence and rails, 3 phase motor, pulley (runs, but no way to test it)
1948 Rockwell Bandsaw (SN 60-8549) Fair condition but with a lot of new stuff (Urethane tires, link belt, newer table with new trunions, Iturra Spinner and tension spring, Carter stabilizer, original steel belt guard, ½ hp Delta motor 115 volt only, ca.1993) $350 (I know this may seem too much but I’m not too thrilled about selling this at this time yet I could use the money to buy other toys, er, I mean tools)
Mobile base for Unisaw with extension table $90
Lots of other stuff including circular saws, a few more pneumatic tools, electric sanders, Wilton vices (older ones), Chain saw, levels
-- Windsurfing, Woodworking, Weaving, and Woodducks. "Most woodworkers are usually boring holes"