|Forum topic by DIYaholic||posted 08-10-2013 08:53 PM||1963 views||0 times favorited||27 replies|
08-10-2013 08:53 PM
While running errands today, I stopped into the local Non-Profit….
They are not “vintage”, “collectable” or “valuable” (at least I don’t believe so) and thankfully, they weren’t abused.
The C-Clamps are a no-name 6” clamp and will come in handy, as one can NEVER have enough clamps!!!
Although I’m more of a power tool guy, I took ownership of the Stanley #64 straight blade spokeshave.
I haven’t ever held, let alone used a spoke shave….
The Stanley #78 Rabbet/Bullnose Plane is what really caught my eye.
It is definately a “modern” version, as in NOT vintage. There is no sign of ANY use (let alone rust) and all attachments (fence & depth adjustment) appear intact. That is about all I know of this plane. I’m hoping that this is a “decent” plane and that I can be trained to use it!!!
So, will these be loyal users when put into service?
Oh BTW, I paid $1.25 for each of the four items. That was a total of $5.00 out of my discretionary tool budget!!!
-- Randy-- I may not be good...but I am slow! If good things come to those who wait.... Why is procrastination a bad thing?