SOLD - Woodfast MC908 Wood Lathe and Parks 12 in. Thickness Planer For Sale

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Forum topic by keithfetterman posted 05-09-2011 01:09 AM 4716 views 0 times favorited 1 reply Add to Favorites Watch
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05-09-2011 01:09 AM

Topic tags/keywords: woodfast mc908 wood lathe parks thickness planer

My dad passed away several years ago and he left me several nice wood working tools. Some of these are from the 50’s and 60’s.

The tools are located in the Hampton Roads, Virginia area. I am flying to Virginia later this month and will be able to show the tools between May 18 and May 24.

If you are interested in buying some of these tools, please send me an email at with your contact information. I will contact you to arrange a time to see the tools.

I will not be able to ship the tools. Please only reply if you can travel to the Hampton Roads, VA area to pick them up between May 18 and May 24.

All sales are final. Will only accept cash or cashiers check.

Woodfast MC908 Wood Lathe and Bench with Drawers

  • 4 speeds
  • Leeson 1.5 HP 230V 1 phase motor
  • Rear turning stand
  • Many accessories, including chucks, tool rests, centers, etc.
  • Manual
  • Excellent condition
  • Dad bought this lathe for turning bowls

Price: $1000 or best offer

Parks 12 in. Thickness Planer with Stand

  • Dayton 2HP, 115/230V motor, 1 phase motor
  • Knife setting device

Price: $500 or best offer

Here is a link to some of the other tools for sale:
Wood Working Power Tools For Sale

I also found a large amount of hardwood lumber and turning blanks in the attic above his garage. This wood has been there for many years, so the wood is well seasoned. If you live in the Southeastern part of Virginia, it might be worth checking out. To see what wood is available, follow this link:
Hardwood Lumber and Turning Blanks For Sale

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#1 posted 05-18-2011 05:22 AM

I have sold the Woodfast lathe and Parks planer

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