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    I have a Model A serial number 119947. I believe it's a 1941 modelsouth-bend-serial-number.jpgsouth-bend-model-.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by CVRIV View Post
    Just bought a 9" with a 3' bed.

    Serial #: 131812
    Catalog #: 644 Y

    Dont know where to find my model number.
    Thank you for your information,
    It is a Workshop Model A, 12 speed
    Shipped aprox. 9/1942

    Steve

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    Quote Originally Posted by acbutton View Post
    HI Steve,

    Yesterday I brought home a SB Heavy 9. Tag reads swing 9" bed 4 1/2 model 159R Serial Number 87584. floor model with under mount motor.

    Old and probably original General Electric Corp inventory tag 3257 is installed on leg casting on tailstock end of bed.

    Thanks for your serial number registry. I really appreciate it.
    It is the 3rd oldest 9L (1-inch Collet Lathe) listed, shipped aprox Dec/1938
    They were discontinued in early 1940.
    and it's a floor lathe! Nice find!!

    Steve

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cgetsinger View Post
    I just got a 10L catalog number 187RN. Serial number 164941 then the letters L O R. Or LCR. Can’t quite make the middle letter out. Came with collets and other items. I think it’s about a 1945 model.
    Thank you for the infornation,
    Heavy 10 (10L) UMD on welded steel tube cabinet bench, Shipped aprox: 09/1945.
    The letters are inspector's initials acceptance stamps for War Board Production or Military. That particular stamp is L.Q.R

    Steve

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    Quote Originally Posted by ShadowBoxer View Post
    Catalog Number: CL 0145 CM
    Serial Number: 16044T

    No idea what the letters mean.

    Just bought this so I don't have it right in front of me.
    Picking up Friday or maybe Thursday if things work out.

    Thanks for the resources and information. Very interesting.
    Thank you for the info,
    This appears to be a 13-inch x 6-foot metric lathe
    shipped in 1978/79, it may have a D1-3 cam lock spindle, I would be interested to know if it does or not,
    with the CLO in the Catalog number.

    Steve

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    Quote Originally Posted by nash ranch View Post
    I have a Model A serial number 119947. I believe it's a 1941 modelsouth-bend-serial-number.jpgsouth-bend-model-.jpg
    Thank you for the info,
    Yes, it's a Workshop Model A, 12-speed, shipped aprox. Oct/1941

    Steve

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    Serial: 19665 , ca 1917
    Model unknown

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    lathe.jpg


    Here is mine im currently giving a cleanup. Gifted to me from a co-worker who's father passed. This was his fathers garage lathe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by swells View Post
    Thank you for the info,
    This appears to be a 13-inch x 6-foot metric lathe
    shipped in 1978/79, it may have a D1-3 cam lock spindle, I would be interested to know if it does or not,
    with the CLO in the Catalog number.

    Steve
    Hi,
    I would call that a bullseye. It is a 13 spanning a 6 foot bed.
    It is indeed a factory issued metric lathe.

    The dealer who sold it to me said it came from a trade tech school.
    He said he has never seen another South Bend metric. I'm sure they are common elsewhere in the world. Have you ever seen one before?

    The spindle.
    Not perfect measuring but I hope that helps you.
    i-s7jhwx3-m.jpg

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    The back of the chuck.
    i-fwfm2vn-m.jpg

    The badge.
    Notice it is in multiple languages. So exotic!
    i-pqj2mpf-m.jpg

    It took almost 10 days to get everything lined up to get it home. I got it in my garage now.
    i-gtgfwbm-s.jpg

    Thanks again for all your help for everyone through the years.
    Cheers.

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    Serial Number #38519 9A with 4' Ft.bed Silent Drive Model 382-A Date Shipped:12-11-28

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    Can you post a few photos of it and some measurements, length, swing. We can probably ID the model.

    Steve

    Quote Originally Posted by MarkMann View Post
    Serial: 19665 , ca 1917
    Model unknown

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    Quote Originally Posted by ShadowBoxer View Post
    Hi,
    I would call that a bullseye. It is a 13 spanning a 6 foot bed.
    It is indeed a factory issued metric lathe.

    The dealer who sold it to me said it came from a trade tech school.
    He said he has never seen another South Bend metric. I'm sure they are common elsewhere in the world. Have you ever seen one before?

    The spindle.
    Not perfect measuring but I hope that helps you.
    i-s7jhwx3-m.jpg

    i-qwrvs7f-m.jpg

    The back of the chuck.
    i-fwfm2vn-m.jpg

    The badge.
    Notice it is in multiple languages. So exotic!
    i-pqj2mpf-m.jpg

    It took almost 10 days to get everything lined up to get it home. I got it in my garage now.
    i-gtgfwbm-s.jpg

    Thanks again for all your help for everyone through the years.
    Cheers.
    I believe I have seen a metric 10L, but never a 13L, thank you for posting the photos, very interesting indeed.
    Nice score too, wish I had one!!

    Steve

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bob Leistner View Post
    Serial Number #38519 9A with 4' Ft.bed Silent Drive Model 382-A Date Shipped:12-11-28
    Thank you for the info. Bob,
    This lathe was assembled sometime in May/1928, it probably sat in factor or dealer inventory before being sold and shipped.
    I also have a 382-X(1923) on floor legs, they are a little top heavy...

    Steve

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    I have a Lathe serial # 69625 underneath drive approx 8 inch swing 4 ft bed. i'am also in need of a replacement cross slide nut. thanks for all your effort.-mike p

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    Quote Originally Posted by swells View Post
    I believe I have seen a metric 10L, but never a 13L, thank you for posting the photos, very interesting indeed.
    Nice score too, wish I had one!!

    Steve
    Thank you. I was actually hesitant about buying it. At the time the choice was between this and a 16 that I believe was from the 1950s. It came with some tooling but everything was pretty rusty. The lathe ran and had been converted to a single phase motor. I kind of wish I got that one since I would have power and a tool post besides the lathe at this point and could actually be doing something. The other cool thing about it was that the tail stock leg was a mono-pod style with sort of a mermaid's tail or snail foot. I've only seen a few of those. Of course that is not going to make it any easier or more accurate.

    Once I got through the job of putting it in the garage by myself, I realized that since I could barely move this one, I probably would not be able to budge the larger and heavier 16. So things worked out for the best I suppose. Both are 6 foot and both have taper attachments.
    This metric 13's taper attachment. Notice the extra metric scale.
    i-cwhj7th-m.jpg

    This one has newer large dials, a flame hardened bed and the more convenient metric system base. A 3 phase motor and no tool post are negatives, although better tooling and accessories otherwise. The metric aspect may turn out to be a big bonus eventually but first I have to get it running and get a tool post.
    Any recommendations on VFD or tool posts?

    By the way, did the pictures answer your question as to which D1 spindle it came with?
    You said maybe D1 -3. What do you think now?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ShadowBoxer View Post

    By the way, did the pictures answer your question as to which D1 spindle it came with?
    You said maybe D1 -3. What do you think now?
    It appears to be a D1-4, measure the diameter / check to 117mm

    Steve

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    I had posted earlier about my lathe. any information on it would be helpful. I would also like to hunt down a cross slide nut. thanks mike p

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    Quote Originally Posted by mpr455 View Post
    I had posted earlier about my lathe. any information on it would be helpful. I would also like to hunt down a cross slide nut. thanks mike p
    A picture if your lathe, and the nut would help identify it.
    Ted

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    Quote Originally Posted by mpr455 View Post
    I have a Lathe serial # 69625 underneath drive approx 8 inch swing 4 ft bed. i'am also in need of a replacement cross slide nut. thanks for all your effort.-mike p
    Mike, this is more than likely a 1936 9-inch Workshop No. 15, an underdrive would be a Catalog ?115-?, depending on the type of underdrive. and bed length, and underdrive Workshop is rare to see.
    Please post photos so we can see it.
    The feed nut type would be with or without taper attachment, without is most common, and Ted would have an NOS (PT65NK)nut to fit that.

    Steve

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    Quote Originally Posted by BDogg464 View Post
    lathe.jpg


    Here is mine im currently giving a cleanup. Gifted to me from a co-worker who's father passed. This was his fathers garage lathe.
    Assembled in Dec/1936, sold through a jobber in 1937, Workshop No. 15, Catalog No. 415-RA long bed.
    I can not see all the info on the cards, can you post a larger photo, min size: 640 x 480 each.
    Thank you for the info.
    Steve


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