Monarch Series 60, 16 (18.5) x 30 for sale CHEAP - Boston area
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    Default Monarch Series 60, 16 (18.5) x 30 for sale CHEAP - Boston area

    Dated 1951. Comes with the original paperwork (inspection sheets etc), center rest, and taper attachment. D1-6 spindle, 208v 3 phase. No tooling. The gears in the headstock are clean, the ways are good.

    The taper attachment is currently off, I took it off to clean it, realized I didn't need a Series 60, and it's too heavy for me to lift back on by myself.

    The biggest down side is that it's ugly. A previous owner removed almost all of the paint for some reason.

    I want it gone with minimal effort. I'll sell it to the first person who makes an offer and sounds serious about coming to take it without wasting my time.

    I'm a few miles from Boston. It's at ground level and can be picked with a car carrier.

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    Sent you a PM, and yes, I'm serious...

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    Here are some pictures.monarch-2-sm.jpgmonarch-3-sm.jpgmonarch-5-sm.jpgmonarch-4-sm.jpg

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    That little British car has GOTTA be nervous with that stout Monarch right next to it... like a young doe standing next to a 2.5t Black Angus...

    But a fine machine, and the paint up top justifies the paint (missing) down below. Milland, give it a good home!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by tom_boctou View Post
    Here are some pictures.monarch-2-sm.jpgmonarch-3-sm.jpgmonarch-5-sm.jpgmonarch-4-sm.jpg
    Thanks for the pics, but I'd like to get some contact from you. I sent my email address in the pm, but so far haven't heard back from you.

    Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by DaveKamp View Post
    But a fine machine, and the paint up top justifies the paint (missing) down below. Milland, give it a good home!!
    Heh - I'd like to, waiting for Mr. Boctou...

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    Did this ever find a home? Cuz, you know, I take in strays....

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    Quote Originally Posted by woodsrider845 View Post
    Did this ever find a home? Cuz, you know, I take in strays....
    Yes, it's happily settled into it's new domicile. Still gathering accessories for it, with the next being a Z-X DRO.

    Still staggered at how big this thing is for the swing. If scaled up to the size of my 1945 NN (28 x 180 catalog size), it would weigh about 30% more...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Milland View Post
    Yes, it's happily settled into it's new domicile. Still gathering accessories for it, with the next being a Z-X DRO.

    Still staggered at how big this thing is for the swing. If scaled up to the size of my 1945 NN (28 x 180 catalog size), it would weigh about 30% more...
    Got any pics in its new habitat? Looked really clean in the OP’s pics.


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