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    Default Closing shop down machines for sale

    Hi Guys
    I am closing down my shop and have all the American brand machines
    Monarch lathes
    Cincinnati Mills
    KT Mills
    Shapers
    Grinders
    Planers
    Boring Mills vertical and horizontal

    Lenmark has the pictures and prices for you to look at.
    Thanks Collector 604 317 2816

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    Any pictures?

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    And prices please.

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    Quote Originally Posted by davehud View Post
    Any pictures?
    Quote Originally Posted by GWIZ View Post
    And prices please.
    Maybe "Lack of communication" has caused the sale ?

    Come on Man, post a pix or two of each machine, and a price.

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    "Lenmark has the pictures and prices for you to look at."
    For the uninformed Lenmark is an industrial surplus reseller; unlikely this refers to any private sales.

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    Because collector is an individual with a massive personal collection of old iron. I've never seen a photo that included more than one aisle of his shop, and he's not given to bragging about it here, so can't really say how large his space is, but he's had room for multiple full-size planers. Make your own estimate, and understand that engaging Lenmark to shift his collection is entirely appropriate. He's got more heavy iron than a lot of factories.

    He used to post here in PM fairly often, so I'm surprised that old-timers confuse him with a used machinery dealer.

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    I stand corrected! My only excuse is old age; " I'm surprised that old-timers confuse him with a used machinery dealer"

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    Not that hard to find the listing...Metalworking – Lenmark Industries Ltd

    Collector,That was an impressive collection of equipment, hope you have a long retirement.

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    The youtube guys should collectively buy the bedway grinders and keep them at Brian Bloc's place.

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    From what I recall the shop contained quite a few old British made machines. I remember seeing a really nice " Kearns " horizontal boring machine in one of the photos.

    Regards Tyrone.

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    I looked at the linked Lenmark Industries site and to my untrained eye it looks like the asking price for most of the stuff on their site is unrealistically high..way high.

    Stuart

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    But the exchange rate today is 1 Canadian dollar equals .76 US dollar.
    And from my experience Lenmark does have some wiggle room in negotiating the final price.

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    Hi guys
    Here’s some pictures it’s a good collection of American iron that’s all in one place. As for prices there negotiable. Free is to expensive for some people.
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    Here’s a few more pictures
    Enjoy
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    Hi guys
    If there is any machine you need more details let me know and I can get the info for you.
    Thanks Collector

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    Hi guys
    Some more pictures
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    Is there a K&T Autometric in there somewhere?

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    Collector is a friend so I'm a little biased, but I think he has the most mind blowing one person shop I've seen. He can comment if I'm wrong, but I don't think he has an Autometric. He does have a variety of good condition horizontal mills from #1 sized to much bigger and a Kearns horizontal borer.

    Lucky7

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    02de2167-59f8-4301-96f8-b8bb5307e1fb.jpg21efb98e-242b-4798-9dd8-0eb8b8d5fe32.jpg80d39fe3-e2f8-4916-800f-c39e87898cfe.jpgf9710a86-08b2-4861-b8e2-6714f41fad44.jpgfbcc794b-aad7-4ba7-b8ba-369f9682c0be.jpgHi lucky
    I have two machines you my want here’s a picture

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    Not trying to be rude here, but I think Collector should be actively prevented from selling off all his shop...

    ...because if he does, BC will wind up floating out into the Pacific Ocean... With this massive regiment of ferrous warriors standing by, he's employing both weight, and magnetism, to keep that entire tectonic plate from becoming unglued from the continent...


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