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    Default Logan Lathe 1400

    Looking to sell a Logan Lathe 1400. Any idea on how much it's worth. Thank you.img_1495-1-.jpgimg_1497-1-.jpgimg_1498-1-.jpgimg_1496-1-.jpgimg_1499-1-.jpg
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    Quote Originally Posted by BKyler View Post
    Looking to sell a Logan Lathe 1400. Any idea on how much it's worth. Thank you.
    I think you already asked this ?
    Logan Lathe

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    Never received any responses. Someone is interested in it and I don't know what to tell them on a price.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BKyler View Post
    Never received any responses. Someone is interested in it and I don't know what to tell them on a price.
    You did receive some responses. And member "the gentleman" indicated sending you a PM.

    You were asked to post some pix, and more info, which you did not provide.

    Your interested party has been waiting since 02-01-2018 ???

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    Don't see any messages from anyone!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BKyler View Post
    Don't see any messages from anyone!
    Quit reposting it, and go back to your first post.

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    I don't see the original post and there really is no need to be nasty.

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    Well heck,if you’ve got no offers then I’ll throw my hat in the ring.

    100$!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BKyler View Post
    I don't see the original post and there really is no need to be nasty.
    I'm not being nasty, I'm direct and to the point.

    To help you get this sold, but all you want to doo is flail around.

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    Quote Originally Posted by digger doug View Post
    I'm not being nasty, I'm direct and to the point.

    To help you get this sold, but all you want to doo is flail around.
    Actually he's not being nasty. Your not taking the advice being given to you.

    Would you buy a car without looking at it? Would you even at least expect some pics and general condition? Same thing applies, no one will take you seriously until you put some effort in. Pics, history and condition will go a long way to finding out a general value.

    The original offer from the gentleman about a pm is in your original post. It's not hard to find. There's even a link provided in this thread to get you to it rather easy.

    Good luck, Hodge

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    looked up the model number ,that is a 9X18 =small ! Depending on wear and what tooling that is with it $200-600. Without pictures and more info that's all you get.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BKyler View Post
    I don't see the original post and there really is no need to be nasty.
    Shrug it off, no ones mad at you.
    Post pictures.
    Ask questions.

    We can’t answer your question because we have no information.

    That lathe could be worth 10,000$ or 10$

    Seeing as how it’s so small and obviously used I’d assume it to be below 500$ on its own.

    What comes with it?

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    I just posted some pictures.

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    Based on the pics, I would say its worth somewhere between $100 and $600, variability is based on what else is available in your area, the buyers, and your salesman skills.

    I see a chuck key but I don't see a chuck? Open left side gear cover and get a pic, it looks as if most of the gear train is sitting on the bench. There should be a stack of change gears, hard to tell if you have them all.

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    Much better with the pics. On the plus side a small lathe will sell fairly easy.

    I see a quick change tool post that is a big plus as well. There should be some tool holders to go with it. This will add value, More so if it's a brand name like aloris. Since there is a Chuck key I would assume one or more Chucks laying around, more value. Looks like a collet in the lathe maybe more collets and handle. Drills, drill Chuck's, live center (one pictured) increase value.

    With enough tooling it can really bring up the value of your lathe. People are asking higher prices these days for small lathes. Your lathe being a change gear lathe is not as desirable as a quick change. But if all the gears are there not to bad.

    Condition will/should play a big part in it's worth. If it's in reasonably good shape and extra tooling you could see 800- 1000 with a motivated buyer. Hodge

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hodge View Post
    If it's in reasonably good shape and extra tooling you could see 800- 1000 with a motivated buyer. Hodge
    So I should ask for 1600-2000$?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Homebrewblob View Post
    So I should ask for 1600-2000$?
    Lol, not hardly but I was giving encouragement to find all the tooling and possibly get a better market value. More or less posting a best case scenario. Obviously if that's not available, value will fall and it will bear what the market will bear.

    Heck, I've seen people ask stupid money for atlas lathes with tooling. That Logan is several steps above an atls/Craftsman. Not saying they'll get it but....jus saying.
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    Any idea where I would be able to sell this at?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hodge View Post
    Lol, not hardly but I was giving encouragement to find all the tooling and possibly get a better market value. More or less posting a best case scenario. Obviously if that's not available, value will fall and it will bear what the market will bear.

    Heck, I've seen people ask stupid money for atlas lathes with tooling. That Logan is several steps above an atls/Craftsman. Not saying they'll get it but....jus saying.
    I've owned both, still have the Logan, would happily trade it for an Atlas with a QCGB.... just saying. Best thing I can say about the Logan is its better than a Chinese mini-lathe....

    OP, list it on FB and CL, be prepared for tire kickers and lowballers.

    I just looked up HF mini-lathe, $699 regular price, factor in a sale or coupons it may be $600. If the Logan is complete, running and no broken/missing gears and the half nuts are not stripped, I would think anyone really wanting a small lathe would pay that for it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dalmatiangirl61 View Post
    I've owned both, still have the Logan, would happily trade it for an Atlas with a QCGB.... just saying. Best thing I can say about the Logan is its better than a Chinese mini-lathe....

    OP, list it on FB and CL, be prepared for tire kickers and lowballers.

    I just looked up HF mini-lathe, $699 regular price, factor in a sale or coupons it may be $600. If the Logan is complete, running and no broken/missing gears and the half nuts are not stripped, I would think anyone really wanting a small lathe would pay that for it.
    Then I defer to your expertise, I was going on what I had read about the atlas lathes. Had read about the gear train not holding up well coupled with the flat ways.
    Hodge


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