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    Lol you stole that machine out from under me. The dude was supposed to let me know if he got a better offer but I woke up the next morning and it was marked sold. He was in fort wayne Indiana and said a guy from Michigan came down and looked it over and took it.

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    Whoops, sorry dude! It's turning out to be a good one. Finally got the carriage freed up tonight. It wasn't the half nuts, it was the carriage glued to the ways by rust. I loosened the gibs and just kept working it back and forth and it finally started loosening up. Ways need a lot of polishing.

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    Yea I knew that thing was gonna be a good machine with a little work. I'm just glad you didn't scrap the thing. I got me a nice alternative I'm very happy with so worked out for both of us.

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    Good on you. Scrap it? Horrors! Do not speak of such things in my earshot! I don't think i've ever scrapped a machine. Don't intend to either. They must all be preserved for future use.

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    Hi guys
    Here’s a picture of my pacemaker 18x54 1942.its for sale.
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    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails 9c41dc69-e606-42ec-94a9-03f2be3848fe.jpg  

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    Quote Originally Posted by collector View Post
    Hi guys
    Here’s a picture of my pacemaker 18x54 1942.its for sale.
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    Collector, That's a nice lathe, but WAAAAAY out of my price range. Good luck with your sale.

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    Quote Originally Posted by collector View Post
    Hi guys
    Here’s a picture of my pacemaker 18x54 1942.its for sale.
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    nice lathe. looks a lot like mine. about the same color and it looks like it has the lead screw reverse as well as the collet holder on the tail side. does yours have a 2 speed motor? whats the top speed. i have never seen another that had those options or the collet holder.


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