Just when you thought Monday couldn't get any better...

A local listing (northern california) for four woodworking machines for $400. Rockwell Jointer Model Series 37-815 208 Volts ; Rockwell Planer Model 13/Series 22-407 208 Volts ; Rockwell metal/wood Bandsaw Model 14/Series 28-300 208 Volts ; Rockwell Dust Collector Model Series 49-1909 208 Volts. Must Take All 4 machines---You Load them. Can Email Photos. slight rust on table.
Somebody is going to have a good day. :->
See this URL: http://www.craigslist.org/sby/for/28098809.html
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Jeff Kent wrote:

Three phase 8". Normal going price $500-$700 (1)

Three phase 13" X 6"(?). Normal going price $900-$1200 (1)

Three phase 14" metal/wood cutter. Normal going price $200-$700 (1)

Small cartridge machine, SWAG $200-$500. Actual prices for these new are astronomical. (1)

(1) The above pricing is for machines in good working condition. These machines are branded with the Sign Of The Devil and should be thoroughly checked out prior to purchase.
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What do you mean about the sign of the devil. Is 666 showing somewhere?

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Delta of course!
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Lowell Holmes wrote:

The Rockwell International peace sign logo. A general rule of thumb is, RI peace sign logo means post 1974. After Rockwell internationalized they pretty much went about "value engineering" things. Kinda like when McDonald's reduces the size of the fish samich instead of charging more thinking you'll think you're still getting a deal.
Anyway, Fine Woodworking magazine nailed their nuts to the wall on this in the latter part of the 70's.
Anything post '74 is suspect.
Hear me now, believe me later.
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Unisaw A100 wrote:

The people at Rockwell call this the "bendover" logo <g>
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Morris Dovey :

Or as it was told to me just the other day from a former Rockwellian, BOHIC.
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Keef,

FWW did an article on Mickey Dee's?
I missed that one...
Thanks,
David.
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You, of course are comparing backward? Compared forward, they're still good value.

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George wrote:

You have a point there George but the two RI machines I'd spent the most time with were a 14" band saw and a 6" X 48" sander. Neither would track making both useless in any place in time.
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On 5 Apr 2004 15:19:39 -0700, snipped-for-privacy@yahoo.com (Jeff Kent) brought forth from the murky depths:

Quickly, too! "Date: 2004-04-05, 9:50AM PDT This posting has been deleted."
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