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    lathe for sale

    Grizzly G1067Z, 14"X40", with accessories, $300.00. Current retail new is $495.00.
    Pick up only, Mountain Home, Arkansas
    "Folks is funny critters."

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    Love to have it, by the time I drove down from NE Iowa, I might just as well order a new one from Grizzly. Have you listed it on Craiglist.com?

    I keep looking for one here in Iowa on it so far no luck.

    Have a good one.

    Tom..

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    Judging from a post on another message board, Frank sold his old Grizzly last week. Good thing nobody was counting on picking it up as a surprise...!

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    SOLD!
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    Congrats, Frank. I've got my Craftsman listed on Craigslist, and had two interested-sounding responses, but so far nobody has come by the house to look at it (or pick it up).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vaughn McMillan View Post
    Congrats, Frank. I've got my Craftsman listed on Craigslist, and had two interested-sounding responses, but so far nobody has come by the house to look at it (or pick it up).
    My sale came as the result of a Californian seeing my post on a pen turning forum, linking it to another wood working forum and telling an Arkansan about it. The buyer lives southwest of Little Rock, about 180 miles from me. He had a friend who lives about 50 west of me pick it up and deliver down there. He bought sight unseen. The Internet is a strange, sometimes wonderful, place. BTW, I gave the money to my wife with orders to spend on herself. After all, I got my new lathe.
    "Folks is funny critters."

    Think for yourselves and let others enjoy the privilege to do so, too. ~Voltaire

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