Funny you should mention a Fadal 3016. I found this one on eBay earlier today.
I could pay cash for it and have money left over for shipping and some tooling.
Not being familiar with these machines, I'm pretty nervous about buying a crappy, worn out VMC.
But I will research that one and shop around more. I'm finding lots of Fadal's out in the wild.
Honestly, ebay is probably the worst possible place to buy a machine (unless you happen to find a private listing, then track it down via CL or some other means and make a deal away from ebay). Machine dealers make used car dealers look like saints. I purchased my Fadal off an ad on here. The other best way is networking and asking around. I'm on Instagram and see a lot of shops offer their used machines there when upgrading. If you know people that know you are looking, you can put the word out and find something. But if you're serious, don't be afraid to get a loan on a new machine with money down. You better get used to spending ridiculous amounts of money now. If there's anything that machining has taught me, it's enforced the 'buy once, cry once' mentality and just get used to spending money and charging appropriately for your time.