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    Default Lathe for Sale in Northern California

    I have no association with this item at all but thought it might interest someone on this forum..plus the price looked very reasonable. It's in the Eureka/Arcata area..80 miles south of the Oregon border, on the coast.

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    Someone get there before the weather gets to it !!!!

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    As per the sticky posts in this forum, please include pictures when citing an ebay/craigslist or similar listing. Once the original listing expires the pics disappear and are no longer useful for reference.
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    Quote Originally Posted by atomarc View Post
    I have no association with this item at all but thought it might interest someone on this forum..plus the price looked very reasonable. It's in the Eureka/Arcata area..80 miles south of the Oregon border, on the coast.

    Stuart

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    Please someone go get it before someone rips it apart to make hipster tables. It looks remarkably complete with lots of bonus lineshaft stuff.

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    You would think that diamond members would follow the rules. Bradford lathe.
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    Gives an idea of age - image scanned from approx 1910 catalog of the 18" Standard

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    That's the damndest steady I've ever seen. Sheet steel?

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