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    I a sorry for your loss
    that is a 16-24 lathe (it has risers)
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    This belonged to my late husband who restored the machine and would run it off of our hurricane generator.Attachment 202354

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    Snagged a Heavy 10 out of an estate last weekend. Story I got was it was purchased new by RCA in 1953, installed in a van for the deceased to use repairing radar units. When he retired in 1986, it was given to him as a retirement gift. He used it until he passed about 6 months ago. I'm not an expert by far but it appears to be in good shape. Better than my 10k anyway. Got a pile of tooling and accessories as well. May be able to sell duplicates and make money off the deal while keeping the lathe....

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    Nice snag Nova! I hope you got the speed chuck that goes with those collets. That would be a nice bonus. Bill

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nightshift View Post
    Nice snag Nova! I hope you got the speed chuck that goes with those collets. That would be a nice bonus. Bill
    I'm not sure. It came with 7 boxes of tooling including 2, 4 jaw chucks. Still haven't had time to go through it all. I do know I have two hand wheels and two full collet racks and stands....

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    Just adding mine to the fray. Before and after cleanup.

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    1957-ish Heavy 10
    L-00 spindle
    3.5' bed

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    Quote Originally Posted by hsracer201 View Post
    Just adding mine to the fray. Before and after cleanup.
    Impressed with the resto. Very nice heavy 10. Bill

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    Pict of my C9W10JR serial 106183. My grandfather used it for making HO scale trains and other stuff back in the day and then it spent a good 25 years in my fathers basement with not a lot of use. I finally got around to getting it organized for some car projects I've been working on. Figured I would share.
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    Hello everyone. I'm new to the forum, lathes and machining for that matter. Always wanted to learn so just jumped in with this. Catalog number 22-AB, which makes it a 9" Junior model. Serial number 33499, which I believe gives it a 1927 birthday. (4 8 26 is also cast on the inside of the bed) I haven't done anything more than to haul it home, identify it, and try to figure out where to start. It looks to have had some modification done, as I don't see where it ever came with a motor. I'm also wondering if it was originally green, or if it was black and someone repainted it along the way. (I suspect it was repainted as there are a few green drips that seem out of character) If anyone has more information about this model I would love to learn!
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    Here is my South Bend 10k from 1984

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    this is what it looked like when i bought it
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