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    Default Big old Maho

    Saw this MH800 sitting outside waiting for the scrapper. Didn't know that Maho built big manual mills.
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    Now that is a sad sight to see... a clapped out Bridgeport whatever but man that is sad.

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    They also made an MH1000...…
    So did you save it ?
    Cheers Ross

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    That's an old version of the MH800, probably pre 1960s. The table looks pretty small, but it's probably correct.

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    I was tempted but good sense prevailed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bob View Post
    I was tempted but good sense prevailed.
    Bob
    Translate, he's married.....and wishes to remain so.....

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    No, but I have enough work on the go for more than time left

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    "No, but I have enough work on the go for more than time left"

    Now that folks, is some first class prairie fatalism,right there! Brings a tear to the eye!!

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    Sounds like reality to me....
    Cheers Ross


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