10" South Bend Quick Change Gear Lathe

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  1. Jun 20, 2014 #1

    RalphJolly

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    portlandron

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    I will take it for your $1.00 asking price!
    If you want to get people to respond and not waste your time and theirs put your asking price on the add.
     
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    Please read and follow forum rules mr spammer. This is not an on line flea market craigs list or e bay. Please explain why you have to break the rules and post stuff for sale on your first post.
    if no apology and explanation by Monday morning this thread will be deleted.
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    Apologies for breaking the rules. Obviously I didn't read them and should have.
    I know nothing about lathes, I am just trying to help a friend who is not computer literate.
    He is an engineer looking to part with some good equipment as he downsizes.
    I thought that would be of interest to the forum.
    If you have to delete then go ahead.
    Thanks, RJ.
     
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    Ralph I understand you wanting to help a friend. And this may be of interest to someone here.
    We really like it when people post introductions. at the very least some explanation of motives and why you are here posting. If we were totally insensitive this thread would have gone days ago. I hope your friend gets a fair price for his fine lathe.
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  6. Jun 25, 2014 #6

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    Thank You for leaving up my link.
    The internet is such a free for all these days that it is easy to forget about rules and good etiquette in general.

    Anyway, I have had several requests for more info. I've updated the ad and priced the lathe at $2000 OBO.
    I see plenty of examples on the net from $1-6k with most machines in good working order priced between 2 & 3k.
    That's my logic anyway -feel free to offer an opinion.
    Thanks again.

    http://chicago.craigslist.org/wcl/hvo/4538616828.html
     

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