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    I can't believe they just put that 10EE outside in the rain...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Citxmech View Post
    I can't believe they just put that 10EE outside in the rain...
    -'Course they did. Gotta save all that warehouse space for the pallets of office chairs, WinXP computers, and pressboard desks, don'cha know.

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    Nebel is antique enough to have threaded spindle nose. It is a sliding bed extension gap - these are more or less RAHN LARMON designs

    ON EDIT...

    Its elder brother Rahn Larmon going to scrap long ago near Pensacola

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    The extra handwheel on end extends the bed
    Last edited by johnoder; 03-10-2020 at 06:53 PM.

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    Some assembly required...

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    Quote Originally Posted by DocsMachine View Post
    -'Course they did. Gotta save all that warehouse space for the pallets of office chairs, WinXP computers, and pressboard desks, don'cha know.

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    I can vouch for that.. I have seen it many times in Louisiana...Disgusting... Ramsay 1

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    Looks like most of the parts are there, and some nice extras. I also see some broken handles and by the looks of it they treated it like scrap when it was moved, also sitting in the rain. If people didn't treat machines like this they might have a chance of getting a buck for it.

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    It's a real speed demon - 230-RPM top speed on the chart.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blazemaster View Post
    Looks like most of the parts are there, and some nice extras. I also see some broken handles and by the looks of it they treated it like scrap when it was moved, also sitting in the rain. If people didn't treat machines like this they might have a chance of getting a buck for it.
    I love the piece of gantry crane or whatever they left piled on the ways. JFC...

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    Reminiscent of some of the smaller lathes they removed from the old Naval Ordnance plant in South Charleston WV years ago.


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