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    I had to look it up... Here's the pricing on the current model:

    $4492 Current top of the line machine (Mark VII Pro)
    $ 599 Bandsaw
    $ 60 Sanding disc
    $5091 Total

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    Milling Machine - tools - by owner - sale
    "1979 Bridgeport Series 1 Model BR2JMilling Machine With 4-sensor DRO"
    Actually, it's probably a good price for a millport....

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    Too funny. The broom propped against the machine is strategically placed to obscure the name on the casting.

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    Millrite


    Not a Bridgeport.
    Not a Series 1 Bridgeport.
    And Shirley not a Series 1 2J Bridgeport.

    Also - I highly question the 1979 part as well, but I guess it's possible, not that it matters....


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    Default what to do with your skeletons...

    ...guess he'll get the last laugh if someone buys it. ...and its only 18x24"!.....imagine what I could get for a full sheet!!

    From Kijiji Toronto


    Last edited by Mcgyver; 02-16-2020 at 03:16 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mcgyver View Post
    ...guess he'll get the last laugh if someone buys it. ...and its only 18x24"!.....imagine what I could for a full sheet!!

    From Kijiji Toronto


    Well, a perfectly nice skeleton but what might really give you shivers is the thought that someone, somewhere has a whole collection of them.

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    Good


    Надіслано із мого iPhone за допомогою Tapatalk

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    Quote Originally Posted by wheels17 View Post
    I had to look it up... Here's the pricing on the current model:

    $4492 Current top of the line machine (Mark VII Pro)
    $ 599 Bandsaw
    $ 60 Sanding disc
    $5091 Total
    Maybe they are like full dress Harley's used to be. Due to the fact there was a waiting list people were trying to sell used ones above the cost of ordering a new one. Maybe that was a Southern California thing back in the day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by plumberpieco View Post
    At least they aren't selling it as "antique metal lathe", "light surface rust."
    Last edited by Dualkit; 02-17-2020 at 08:08 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by plumberpieco View Post

    At first I thought, hey, you could crank the mailbox out to the road and then wind it back to collect the mail. Then I looked a little harder and thought, well maybe not anymore.

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    Quote Originally Posted by true temper View Post

    Has been most recently used as a boat anchor, but no longer needed.


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