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    F/S Delta Contractors saw

    I bought this Delta Contractors saw new in 1992. It has had very limited use until fall of 2004, mostly shoved in the corner of the shop until needed to trim out the houses I built. Moved to a dedicated spot in the shop in spring 2005 and converted to 220V. Can be easily converted to 110V. DOES NOT come with the unifence, but comes with the original fence in the picture, also the homemade router table wing comes with it and a mobile base.

    $375.00





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    and it expeirenced tooo

    its got alot of expeience in wood working too, its knows when to start and when to let the owner take break, seen it touched it its in good shape! good deal for whoever gets it!!
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    Smells like a gloat's in the oven......


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    Quote Originally Posted by Greg Cook View Post
    Smells like a gloat's in the oven......

    Well Greg, let's just say I am fond of old machinery....and in this case it isn't cars or tractors, and I can't be without a table saw.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Greg Cook View Post
    Smells like a gloat's in the oven......

    Don't know about the gloat, but I see sawdust in his tennis shoes! Jim.
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    O.K. Steve...what did ya score? An old Unisaw...or Altendorf...or?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Pattie View Post
    O.K. Steve...what did ya score? An old Unisaw...or Altendorf...or?

    this is already spoken for, just need to sell what I have first....

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    Nice switch plate Steve! Does the rest of the saw come with it?

    Seriously...they're great saws...congrats!!

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    Okay Jim, here is a picture of the actual saw. The guy I hope to be buying it from is completely going through it, new bearings, checked out the motor, etc. I know him, trust him and consider him to be a good friend. I know when he is done going through everything, it is going to be in "like new" condition. I have bought a couple other machines from him and have been completely satisfied.

    *EDIT* Saw looks better than the pictures....

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    Looks real good there! Hope, ya get it and all set up soon!

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