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    Nice shaper but way too big for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave Vincent View Post
    "Was in a flood." Some good old heavy iron there, probably quite restorable.

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    Nice shaper but way too big for me.
    Can anyone ID what size it actually is?

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    Quote Originally Posted by L Vanice View Post
    "Was in a flood." Some good old heavy iron there, probably quite restorable.

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    if they are not rusted so they are seized up.

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    Some nice heavy machines there. It's a shame they aren't a few hundred miles closer.

    I noticed in the description on some of the machines that the water didn't reach the electricals, so must not have been too deep.

    Kinda wonder why the steady rest doesn't come with the lathe?


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    Kinda wonder why the steady rest doesn't come with the lathe?

    because someone wanted it and made them an offer they could not refuse . happens all the time

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    Out of curiosity I got ahold of a rigger to inquire about getting a couple of the machines out until I could pick them up. Good thing I was sitting down when I read the quote. Way too rich for my budget. To quote Junior Samples, "I ain't no Rockefeller."

    Reckon the scrap guys will have a good sale.


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    The most valuable thing in there is probably the Mohawk.

    That American shaper looks great. Flood or not it looks better than most operating ones I see. Looks like a later 40's or early 50's one by the pressure lube system and oil filter. I bet it weighs 10k

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aaron B View Post
    Out of curiosity I got ahold of a rigger to inquire about getting a couple of the machines out until I could pick them up. Good thing I was sitting down when I read the quote. Way too rich for my budget. To quote Junior Samples, "I ain't no Rockefeller."

    Reckon the scrap guys will have a good sale.


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    And that heart stopping obscene price was? How many machines and exactly which ones.
    Was he loading your truck or trailer or delivering? Delivering how many hundred miles and deadheading back?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aaron B View Post
    Out of curiosity I got ahold of a rigger to inquire about getting a couple of the machines out until I could pick them up. Good thing I was sitting down when I read the quote. Way too rich for my budget. To quote Junior Samples, "I ain't no Rockefeller."

    Reckon the scrap guys will have a good sale.


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    Did you call the seller's office as it specifically spells out in the terms of removal?

    These types of auctions are usually loaded out by the seller. Or they'll at least facilitate it happening on the cheap if you talk to the right people.

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    Quote Originally Posted by reggie_obe View Post
    And that heart stopping obscene price was? How many machines and exactly which ones.
    Was he loading your truck or trailer or delivering? Delivering how many hundred miles and deadheading back?
    I got ahold of the rigger that is physically closest to the sale, about 3 miles. Had them quote picking up the planer and shaper, then setting them at their yard until I could get trucking arranged. The bid was effectively $4000. Then asked about just loading if I had a truck waiting at the sale site, they said deduct $500.

    Sorry, in my book that's crazy.

    The way I read the auction terms, no loading assistance, and you have 5 days to remove.

    Not being able to physically preview the sale is a real handicap. For all I know there's a 20 ton bridge crane above the machines, and you just need to talk to the right people.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Aaron B View Post
    I got ahold of the rigger that is physically closest to the sale, about 3 miles. Had them quote picking up the planer and shaper, then setting them at their yard until I could get trucking arranged. The bid was effectively $4000. Then asked about just loading if I had a truck waiting at the sale site, they said deduct $500.

    Sorry, in my book that's crazy.

    The way I read the auction terms, no loading assistance, and you have 5 days to remove.

    Not being able to physically preview the sale is a real handicap. For all I know there's a 20 ton bridge crane above the machines, and you just need to talk to the right people.


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    on the 2nd part of his bid you should have ask him why so generous

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    Yes, very generous. New York Canal Corp- Oneida-NY Auction


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