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    Default Surface plates

    24x36 "Not pictured" Nice!
    10x15 I paid $100
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    I'll sell all the masters, including the surface plates for a $1,000.00

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    Do you mean all the masters shown in your original post, including the square? If so and you are willing to package on a skid and ship I'll buy them.

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    Gbent, you’d be much better off driving over to OP and bringing em back safely...

    And That does look like a nice square. Wondering if dfoster noted?

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    Quote Originally Posted by gbent View Post
    Do you mean all the masters shown in your original post, including the square? If so and you are willing to package on a skid and ship I'll buy them.
    Yes, all masters plus some not pictured. I'll include the squares plus a 18" blade square. Not really into shipping, maybe if I still have them at the end of the month. Like for it to go to someone that will use them.

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    Default Solvent Tanks $200

    Two solvent tanks, both for $200 or $75 for the smaller red one and $175 for the other.
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    Scrape, could I ask, what are the rough measurements and weight of that square?

    L7

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    Quote Originally Posted by lucky7 View Post
    Scrape, could I ask, what are the rough measurements and weight of that square?

    L7
    2"x18"x22" guessing 50lbs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tyrone Shoelaces View Post
    I used to work with an old guy who'd served in the Fleet Air Arm in the 1939-45 war. He served on HMS Campania, which was an escort carrier. They had been equipped with lend/lease Grumman Wildcats. Along with the aircraft they also got plenty of spares and tools etc from the USA. The toolboxes that came over were " Gerstner " boxes.

    Get your hankies out now guys - when the time came for the Wildcats to be replaced they were pushed over the side into deep water - and the toolboxes went with them ! My pal tried to buy one but the orders were to throw everything over the side.

    Regards Tyrone.
    I used to work with a WWII Navy Vet who served in the Pacific when the allies took Okinawa from the Japanese. He was still there when the war ended and told me that to lighten the ship for a faster return to the west coast, they ran tanks, lathes and many other heavy machines off the deck into the ocean.

    Sad but true...

    Dan


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