Old Tool chest with WW tools, SOLD

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Forum topic by barryvabeach posted 04-02-2010 02:55 AM 1230 views 0 times favorited 1 reply Add to Favorites Watch
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04-02-2010 02:55 AM

!This is an old tool chest, with tools that I am selling for a friend. Often I see tool chests for sale that are empty and wondered what was in it, but this time you have the chance to find that out. More than likely, the buyer won’t want or need everything that is in it, the chest itself would be a great woodworking chest with a little clean up, and you can probably sell what you don’t need piece by piece to recoup most of the cost of the chest. I can’t list each item because there are too many, but the following are the highlights.
The chest itself is in fair condition, 18 h, 18w, 34 ½ l. It has two lower trays that measure 10×15 each, and then 2 upper trays that measure 5×32 each. It has 2 saws, with nice holders, in the lid a 27 ½ rip saw with part of the manufacturers name & Faber Philadelphia, and also a 24 inch Disston crosscut saw, though the very last inch or so has been broken off. It also includes about a ½ dozen ship augers, 2 braces, 2 eggbeater drills, drill bits, expansive bit, screwdriver bits for brace, dovetail saw, fret saw, jewelers saw, keyhole saw, 2 hacksaw frames, sharpening stone ( cracked ), folding rule, lufkin tape measure, stanley bevel, squares, wooden level, misc. files, many wrenches – monkey and adjustable, allen, 8 hammers, a bunch of steel punches, and a crosscut lumber saw ( it doesn’t fit in the chest). I have attached some photos and everything in the photos is included – I am asking $85.00. Pickup only – in fact, I doubt you can pick it up loaded, I had to take out most of the stuff to move it at all. Any questions, let me know.


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#1 posted 04-02-2010 04:28 AM

Looks like some interesting stuff for someone. I am glad I am a few thousand miles away.

-- Michael Murphy, Woodland, CA.

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