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    Garwood,
    I'm not going to argue with your detail. Your comments just enhances my point that for what ever reason, time or money, These older CNC machines do not hold their value like manual machines.

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    I’m in agreement with hanermo and Johnk. The true value of the machine in your case where one half of the company is buying out the other half is strictly bookkeeping. It is now a financial tool to aid in mitigating taxes. If the accounts on both sides can work together to come up with a value it can be beneficial to both parties.
    What you would actually get for it on the open market means very little.

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