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Forum topic by RyanRJ posted 10-18-2017 02:04 PM 1042 views 0 times favorited 3 replies Add to Favorites Watch
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RyanRJ

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10-18-2017 02:04 PM

Topic tags/keywords: legacy ornamental mill model 1200 ornamental mill legacy ornamental

In 2006 I obtained my Legacy 1200. Arrived all new and in the boxes with added Z-Axis carriage and additional parts.
Router not included but I do have an extra 3.25 hp Porter Cable motor available for sale if desired. ($325)
Paid a total of $3600 for the whole package, will sell for $3000. (Firm price please.) Unit comes in 9 boxes total.

Why am I selling? Right when I bought the machine I took the second floor and roof off my house and began a three year total rebuild project. By time I got done I just never got to putting this Legacy Mill together, so it is literally a brand new in the box unit. And now they have CNC . . . and I am getting ready to retire with a Maverick 4×8.
If interested feel free to email me at rtjurgens@sbcglobal.net
Will not divide pieces – buyer gets all . . .


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aussiman

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#1 posted 11-01-2017 10:13 PM

if you have the room i would keep the manual mill sometimes for one of jobs i think the manual mill can be quicker
just an opinion. otherwise try listing on ebay might sell it for you.

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majors

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#2 posted 02-17-2018 04:58 AM

Would you happen to still have this for sale ?

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#3 posted 02-18-2018 08:13 AM

Yes, I do still have it. I flip flop back and forth wondering if I should keep it. lol
I had intended on getting the CNC, but after due consideration I have decided not to at this time.
Retiring in June of this year (2018) and buying a machine of that price means having to work to make sure I can pay for it. I decided I will just use my manual machines and enjoy hands on projects.

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